I have a file upload form that allows me to upload files to a parent form. The file upload works fine, and I am sending a success response from my backend as well. I am able to read that as response too. I know that the file upload happens through a hidden iFrame. I had an error with default implementation of file upload and then I had to use the override that is provided in this thread http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...s-of-undefined Sometimes, when the file upload is successful, the response that is written to the body of the iFrame become visible. And the iFrame sticks out ugly in the browser. I cant reproduce this always. But I have seen this happen many times. Can you help me here? Unfortunately I cant provide more info at the moment. I am unable to attach an image into my post for some reason. The Manage Attachments button does not work for me.
Hi, thanks for your reply. I am getting this problem in 7.1.1 and 7.0.4 versions of iOS. Maybe it is there in other versions too, but I can see it in these 2 versions. Like I said, I dont have the exact steps to reproduce it. Basically I have a form which has a file upload button, on clicking of this button, a File upload form opens up in a new card. I am able to select the file and then the request is sent to the server adn the upload is successful. I had to use the "Ext.data.Connection" that you have provided in http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...s-of-undefined I had to make a slight modification to the override - Had to replace the lines
The official fix for this issue has been released in Touch 2.3.2 (support only). I'm not sure if you are a support subscriber but if you are can you test and let me know if the issue still exists. I cannot file a bug without a test case that reproduces the issue. Rather than use fiddle you can create an app with Sencha Cmd, and compress it and email it to me.