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    I don't know. I haven't tried yet. No time.

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    I have a working copy of my project using ExtJs 4.0 and Mvc3.0 using Ext.Direct. Seems to work very well, although I have not yet completed this project. But it is worthwhile to give it a try. You have to check out the Mvc3Demo project on the svn server of Ext.Direct.

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    For me it means that Ext.Direct passes method arguments in an array and not in object literal - that's perfectly OK, I don't want to pass arguments by name. I just want to pass more complex object structures as method arguments, and there's nothing in spec that would suggest it's not possible (actually, handling just simple value types would defeat the whole purpose of Json-RPC).
    And it actually does handle complex Json on client side - see my posts above and the Json string - it is delivered to the server, but the server-side code does not deserialize it properly. I think it could be greatly improved if your code used the type information from method parameters to deserialize Json to proper data types, not just System.Object which is useless.

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    Looking forward to your findings.

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    Default support for Ext JS 4 + ASP.NET MVC 3 + Pooling Provider examples

    support for Ext JS 4 + ASP.NET MVC 3 + Pooling Provider examples


    Eugene

    I know you probably busy, but if you could comment on when (or if) will the project be ready for use with Sencha latest (Ext JS 4) and ASP.NET MVC3?

    Also, if there are any plans to support Areas and sample with Pooling Provider (wiki briefly mentions to use controller extension???)

    much appreciated

    z..

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    zam6ak, you can get the source from the trunk and compile it against MVC3 yourself. It should be fine.

    In Ext 4 Ext Direct specs haven't changed much since Ext 3, except maybe named arguments, but then again, my implementation allows a developer to pass object literals that are mapped to objects on the server. In my opinion it is better.

    Regarding Areas, I never really bothered to learn them so I can't really comment on why my implementation doesn't work with Areas. I'll look into it when I have time.

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    I'm just beginning to evaluate ExtJS/Ext.Direct. Why would I use Ext.Direct for ASP.NET MVC instead of just returning a JsonResult from my ASP.NET MVC controller action?

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    Default How is validation being done on the demo application?

    How is validation being done on the demo application?


    I have downloaded the demo app from http://code.google.com/p/ext-direct-...0.zip&can=2&q=

    Then in the TestController, I've changed the code to

    Code:
    public ActionResult SaveForm(Person p)
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                    return this.Direct(new { success = true, data = p }, new StringEnumConverter());
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                return null;
    
            }
    If you run the code, Model State is not valid. My question is how is the "Required" validation on properties such as Gender, Birthday being implemented in this demo application? I've tried to look for evidence of DataAnnotation, xval, Fluent Validation but I was unable to find that out. So, I'm stumped here.

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    Default Reg. ASP .NET MVC3 with Ext.net

    Reg. ASP .NET MVC3 with Ext.net


    HI,
    Intresting post.. This project can not be opend in VS 201 webdeveloper Express edition, It is opening a migration. It also gives migration wizard and It still unable to open the project.
    Appreciate your updated version for VS 2010


    Thank & Regards
    Dhana

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    Any updates with this excellent library?

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