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    Nested header and summary


    REQUIRED INFORMATIONArchitect Build tested:
    • v2.2.2. Build: 991
    Project Type:
    • ExtJS 4.2.x
    Description:
    • Column that have nested header cannot have SummaryType specified. It looks like this feature is hard for the Architect to handle, sometime you can, sometiem you cannot change this property. I have to take the column out of the parent and drag it inside again to have access to the feature. If project is re-open, I cannot acces SummaryType (see example project)
    Steps to reproduce the problem:
    • Create a grid
    • add column
    • drag n drop column inside that column
    • add Summary feature to the grid
    • try to change the SummaryType of the nested column. The Summary doesn't appear in the property list, and if by any chance it does, save the project, close and re-open it. Now you cannot edit SummaryType of the nested column. (See my example project)
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    • Win7 64 bits

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    Thanks for the bug report JeromeA. This has been fixed in the 3.0 beta build. It was originally reported by svenna and was ticket DSGNR-3687.
    Aaron Conran
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    sounds good! thanks for the info!

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