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    Question JSON and TreePanel

    JSON and TreePanel


    Code:
    new Ext.tree.TreePanel({
                        rootVisible:true,
                        layout:'fit',           
                         loader: new Ext.tree.TreeLoader({
                            requestMethod: 'GET',
                            dataUrl:'XmlTreeLoader.json'                        
                        }),
                        root: new Ext.tree.AsyncTreeNode({
                            draggable:false,
                            text:langResStr_tasks
                        })
                    })
    Can anyone help me, why I could not get my tree nodes from JSON file?

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    I am still could not add my JSON file data into tree...
    I searched all examples but nothing found.
    Please somebody who has tried this before help me.

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    Try adding a loadexception handler to the loader to see if the data loads correctly.

    ps. XHR requires that XmlTreeLoader.json is served from a HTTP server. If XmlTreeLoader.json is a file on the local file system you need to include ext-basex.

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    I tried showing my file and its total count shows '0'.
    Also, I do not understand why I need ext-basex.

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    1. Are you testing local files or files on a webserver?
    2. Did you get a 'load' event or a 'loadexception' event in the TreeLoader?

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    I am using local file and I load it.
    I did not take any exception.
    Therefore,I did not include loadexception.
    Is it necessary in this situation?

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    ExtJS can't load local files.

    The ext-basex user extension adds support for loading local files.

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    I include this but nothing change.
    Once I have load local data from json to
    my gridpanel but I could not achieve for treepanel.
    This is confused my mind. Nobody has any example
    which includes json and treepanel? and also treepanel
    take nodes and leaves from json.
    Please..

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    Are you including ext-basex-min.js after ext-all.js in your HTML?

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    Yes, but nothing has changed

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