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    no solution found yet...
    maybe I try to put the values via an extjs form in the db, maybe this helps.
    I put the values directly in...

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    ok, was like this.
    When I send the data via a FormPanel, everything works fine!
    Thanks!

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    2 mabello
    So, your solution will become more complicated if input element has more than one nesting DOM level.

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    Default this code did not render toolbar in template?Why?How we can achive this?Five some Exp

    this code did not render toolbar in template?Why?How we can achive this?Five some Exp


    var rolestpl = new Ext.XTemplate(
    '<tpl for=".">',
    '<div class="roles">',
    '<div class="rolesheading">{rolesHeading} <span>({roleValue})</span></div>',
    '<div id="xyz">{[new Ext.ux.toolbar({id:"abc",buttonIcon:"add,import,export"})]}</div>',
    '<div class="rolesList">',
    '<tpl for="userList">',
    '<div>{.}</div>',
    '</tpl>',
    '</div>',
    '</div>',
    '</tpl>'
    );

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    Good Job man, totally helped me.