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I do not plan to support Sencha Architect. I don't own it, and right now I do not plan to use it and much less to keep buying it as new versions appear. Therefore, I can't test and...
10 Mar 2015 12:33 AM
I have released DJN 3.0 today, officially supporting ExtJs 5.x.
You can check what's new in my blog post.
To download this new version of DirectJNgine, go to the new donwnloads page -older...
Since you have contacted me via email I checked with the forum, and I think it will be better if I comment here about DJN's future. Others will probably be interested in this too :)
I'm DJN creator, and I plan to release a new version in a few weeks. It will provide minor updates and changes, including using the latest jars for all third-party libraries -yes,...
I do not have plans to add support for Sencha Architect, unless a) I happen to participate in a project that needs it and b) the customer is willing to allot me the time required to...
Since I created DJN, I've never found this behavior.
What makes you think this might be related to DirectJNgine?
20 Oct 2013 9:33 PM
Today I have released the first beta for jee-djn, a project that integrates CDI beans with DirectJNgine, making it possible to use CDI for lifecycle management and bean injection in Java action...
DirectJNgine 2.3 beta 1 is out, with support for pluggable bean adapters: Spring beans, CDI/JEE beans, etc. can be integrated into DirectJNgine by defining a new bean adapter.
I have not tested DJN against 4.2 because I have not used it. You can do that on your own by running the test app, which executes around 150 automated tests.
It should work, unless the Sencha...
Yes, you need to upgrade, ExtJs 4.x broke backwards compatibility with prior versions of DJN.
According to my experience, your greatest upgrade issues will not be related to DJN, but rather with...
Never heard of such problem before, and there is a lot of people out there using DJN in Linux -I myself included.
Are you completely sure you are using the *exact* api file name you specified in...
I have finished version 2.0 of log4js-ext!
The main new features in 2.0 are:
Remote logging support: now you can send logs to a remote web app, and get them logged against Log4js, Slf4j...
If I recall correctly, you control this with RemotingProvider maxRetries: please, check the documentation to make sure.
16 Nov 2012 10:05 AM
31 Oct 2012 5:05 PM
Just wanted to tell that this is how ExtJs works, not a bug or some "DJN-thing": use paramsAsHash to true to pass an object -via a single param. When false, it passes params independently.
26 Oct 2012 12:36 AM
Hmm, at a glance, your class structure looks ok...have you set your store.proxy.reader.root config value to 'result' before store creation?
DJN has always allowed me to implement all I needed,...
24 Oct 2012 11:46 PM
The best way to pass complex info back and forth is to define and then receive/return classes that hold the required data: if you want a 'total' value back, add to the class holding the data you...
17 Oct 2012 10:38 AM
I like slf4j and the way it isolates you from the underlying logging system, and I thought about this some time ago, but decided against it.
Why? The built-in log4j viewer (Chainsaw) + slf4j MDC +...
Writing logs to local storage should be relatively easy to do, as log4js-ext is architected with this kind of extension in mind. You need to write your own appender, deriving it from AppenderBase,...
24 Jul 2012 10:23 AM
ExtJs can be *complex*, more so because demos and examples just go so far. You should take a look at ExtJs example with remote filtering (there is one) to get you started.
It might be a good idea...
I'm not sure what you are trying to do, but I don't think that should interfere.
Now, *IF* you are using a form to add filtering, you should not be calling submit, but rather you should call your...
The missing data you mention is automatically added by ExtJs when calling a direct method. This means you are no getting the ExtJs direct mechanism + submit working propertly. This problem is...
Log4js-ext 1.0.1 is out!
Version 1.0.1 adds exhaustive API documentation a-la ExtJs, like this:
Version 1.0.1 is backward compatible with 1.0: you should be able to upgrade to the...
I'm 99.99% sure that this should work with all versions of IE for which ExtJs 4.x works, IE 7 included.
For full disclosure, let me tell you that I haven't tested this for IE 7. As you...
Ok, it seems to be a difference between IE 8 and 9. In IE 8 the console is not there unless you open the dev tools :(
Mike, will you be so gentle as to check whether the attached version works for...
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