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    ExtJS and sharepoint


    has anybody integrated ExtJS with sharepoint webparts? can you explain how to do this?

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    Yea, I'd like to know the answer to this as well...
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    Developing with SharePoint and EXT should be pretty easy. I'm more a stranger to EXT, since I know SharePoint fairly well, but there are many included webparts that you could use to integrate a lot of EXT's features into a site with, such as the Content Editor Web Part, which is just a container for HTML and Javascript. You could also modify a Data View Web Part to output Javascript if you'd like. What kind of integration are you looking for?

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    I was previously thinking on lines of using the Script# ( the c# layer for ExtJS). But The Content Editor solution looks more nice.

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    I linked ExtJS successfully with sharepoint, but have a small issue.. can somebody tell me how to set the path so that ths js files for ExtJS are accessible in the webpart? right now, I have put them with hardcoded absolute path.

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    I'm no expert on SharePoint, but I do know more about EXTjs in comparision. I assume that one must upload the EXTjs library to the SharePoint server. You can't just upload the library via "Site Libraries and Lists ". Right? How does one go about editing the "Data View" webpart to output the EXTjs lib???
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    I have figured out how to use SharePoint designer to upload the EXTjs Lib and run a few test scripts... Now, I would like to create a webpart that will use the sharePoint lists as input to a grid/chart.

    Anyone here have experience with this?
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    keeping extjs on the same domain as the script will simplify your life.
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    you can use either rest web service or can create your own web service to get sharepoint datas in xml format. While creating web part include all the ext files from hive path.

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