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    Sorry for the wait people, I've had my agenda completely booked... And it's getting worse!! I am going to make a few changes hopefully in the next couple of days (thanks to some good suggestions mjlecompte gave me).

    Hoflander : On what version of IE are you running? It was tested on IE7 and worked fine.
    Stevets : An id is an identifier for a dom object. Any object (panels, windows, form items, ...) can have an id assigned to it. Otherwise a generated one will be assigned to it. You can then access the object using Ext.get('id') to modify its properties somewhere else in the code.

    Once again, I would advice you to go through the tutorial using Firefox and Firebug. You'll then be able to see exactly what's going on.

    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nbize View Post
    Stevets : An id is an identifier for a dom object. Any object (panels, windows, form items, ...) can have an id assigned to it.
    I didn't want to jump in prematurely, not knowing what your intent was, but Stevets has a point, the id shown is within the config of a STORE. Reviewing the API I didn't detect an id would be useful. It does, however, show a storeId, which I have used before with the store manager. I did see a reference for an id with a simple store though (but I didn't notice you using a simple store that I recall). Maybe your intent was to use a storeId?

    A storeId doesn't hurt anything, offers another way of getting a reference to said store. Might not be needed for the store that is bound to the grid, since the grid component offers a method to retrieve a reference to it's bound store via grid.getStore(). The storeId might prove more useful for the store bound to the combobox. Sometimes it may depend on how you create your store, that is if the store is created separately via a store constructor, or if it's instanciated iline during the config of another component (in which case you may not have a reference available like myStore = ).

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    very true michael, an id isn't needed here. I put ids on all objects in that tutorial so that users could play around with firebug's dom inspector, even though they are not referenced again in the program. Nevertheless, the ids that I put for stores are not useful and should be taken out.
    Nicolas.

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    Default Awesome Tutorial

    Awesome Tutorial


    This is most awesome tutorial.

    great Job !!

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    Any chance of more tutorials like this?

    I'd love to see a good tree example and maybe something that shows how to add these components nicely in a border layout with lazy loading.

    From what I've seen, you're just the guy for this job and the ExtJS team would be wise to contact you for some more of these newbie tutorials.

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    Thumbs up tnx

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    thank you for this very fine tutorial!

    Maybe, there's one thing missing. It would be nice to implement server-side-sorting in the paging-example. Now the sorting is broken. ( only the current page is sorted, and that doesn't make sense)
    I found a nice example at http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2779 ( remoteSort: true )

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    Hoflander : On what version of IE are you running? It was tested on IE7 and worked fine.

    In Vista the same problem, there is a strange bar in top of the screen. Could it be something in the CSS file regarding the layout? See the arrows:


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    After some whining about where to find some clear grid-php-sql sample code, mjlecomte suggested I check out your tutorial. After posting my response in the Help forum, he suggested I also leave a copy here...

    It's only about 10 minutes later and I'm back. I typed/pasted in your code, line by line, without even downloading the zip, but paying more attention to your comments. Although I felt like you were telling me things I already knew from the 20-90 times I had already been through other demos and docs, it finally became as clear & simple as I knew it was. THANK YOU so much and please, continue to put some time into writing tutorials as your journey continues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snoodle View Post
    THANK YOU so much and please, continue to put some time into writing tutorials as your journey continues.
    I think he should write a book. Very clear and fun to read writing style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoflandr View Post
    Hoflander : On what version of IE are you running? It was tested on IE7 and worked fine.

    In Vista the same problem, there is a strange bar in top of the screen. Could it be something in the CSS file regarding the layout? See the arrows:
    Very good tutorial!

    I have the same problem as hoflandr. In FF everything works fine. The problem occurs in both IE6 and IE7.
    In part 4 the problem begins. When opening the page an error appears. When moving the window, the window becomes blue and the grid disappears.

    When using the ext-all-debug.js instead of the ext-all.js file, the error is in line 247.
    I have found something about this error in this forum: http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=31066
    Has it something to do with the items in the body of the index.html file?

    There is no error if the line "transform: 'cb_typeParty'" in mainscript.js is disabled.
    Code:
    header: 'Party',
            dataIndex: 'PartyName',
            width: 150,
            editor: new Ext.form.ComboBox({
                   typeAhead: true,
                   triggerAction: 'all',
                   //transform: 'cb_typeParty',
                   lazyRender:true,
                   listClass: 'x-combo-list-small'
                })
    I have tried to remove the items in de body of the index.html file and use the DataStore method in part 4. The error is gone but the combobox isn't filled. But this last error likes to be a newbie error and needs some more research.

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