25 Sep 2010 9:33 PM #811
Help me. I tried running the file tree pane for Ext 2.0. Without success. can not decode JSON upload error, does not create or manipulate files and folders
Can not manipulate it.? Did I do the site? Who can I run a successful guide is not Filetreepanel Ext.
Thanks a lot
my english is not very good.
26 Sep 2010 12:24 AM #812
It looks like server-side error. There are also some cross-domain call attempts:
26 Sep 2010 4:55 AM #813
26 Sep 2010 7:03 AM #814
Sorry, I have no clue what are you asking. I've tried your link and have answered that it is probable a server-side error. If you want the backend, see http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...t-2.0&p=147056
28 Sep 2010 2:30 PM #815
I need to save one image to database, so I believe is necessary upload it to server first,
but I no have clue how do it with extJs, I've downloaded the FileTree plugin,but I can't find any
documentation or guide about How use it...
Help please !!!
3 Nov 2010 5:44 AM #816
I've been integrating filetreepanel into tree-grid and Multiselect.
Are you interested in going down this route and working together?
4 Nov 2010 12:08 AM #817
@erlinis, there is a complete example of filetree together with client/server interface specs at http://filetree.extjs.eu
@adam, I have some plans regarding filetree but I currently work on another project so I could tackle it early next year.
4 Nov 2010 12:11 AM #818
do you like the idea of using tree-grid with it?
30 Dec 2010 5:26 AM #819
thanks for the extension it's awesome, however and maybe i missed the solution but this thread is so big i cant look through all pages
i noticed the "detached" uploadPanel has only "root" stated as it's path parameter, but the upload panel present in the context menu does send the whole path root/folderA/folderB/.
WHy is this different and how does one fix this, i tried several things but cant seem to get the path from the treepanel into the uploadpanel....
31 Dec 2010 2:37 AM #820
The path is set by FileTree depending on which node you right-click. There's getPath method that is called with the right-clicked node as the argument that returns the correct path.