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  1. Yep that did it. Look like I need to be much more careful about scoping than I am in C#.

  2. I have the following class:

    Ext.define('DocumentEditor.view.document.Details', {
    extend: 'Ext.panel.Panel',
    alias: 'widget.documentdetails',
    title: 'Details',
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    I don't have any controller code written yet, all of my code so far has just been the GUI views, and I was trying to figure out how to organize the application logic and came up blank after looking...
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    The use case is just being able to split controllers into logical compartments to only handle aspects related to them.

    For example, say you have a complex panel that has a display of some...
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    Any advice for doing this?
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    I may be missing something obvious, but how do you manage multiple ExtJS controllers, and communicate between them? I imagine this would be done through custom events, but I am unsure of how to find...
  7. How do I upload a file with an Ajax request?
  8. As an FYI, that didn't work with a error 500 occurring during form submission
  9. So is this not possible? Is this a bug or a design decision?
  10. I have come up with an issue that certain headers are not being sent when I call getForm.submit(). For example, the "X-Requested-With" header is not being sent, which is causing Asp.Net to not...
  11. Haha I do intend to fix the 500 error :P.

    Your response did give me an idea, and after doing some research I think I found out how to return a JSON formatted 500 response for Ajax requests, which...
  12. I don't understand. The 500 response and/or the JSon parsing exception (probably the latter) is causing the success or failure handlers from being called.
  13. I have an ext form that I am submitting to my server. Due to a bug in my server code, an exception is being thrown and my web server's Error 500 page is being returned. The problem with this is my...
  14. I've tried it on several different apps and never could get anything to read the PDF properly on my iPad.
  15. So I am building a web application that I intend to turn into a business in the very far future. It's a pretty complex application that will take quite some time to create (in my free time too). So...
  16. Excellent thank you very much! Forcing the response type to text/html seems to fix it!
  17. Sorry for bumping this, but I really need to upload files via ExtJS for this project to work. For some reason Ext seems to be telling the browser to to expect a document as the form's submitted...
  18. Aha I see now. I scoped the on() wrong and the handler I was pointing to was undefined. I didn't realize I was looking for an error with the listener rather than the fire function.

  19. I have the following code to build my extended formpanel

    EditRequestForm = Ext.extend(Ext.form.FormPanel, {
    width: 600,
    bodyStyle: 'padding: 10px 10px 0 10px;',
  20. Further playing around shows that this seems to be an issue with the fileUpload: true parameter. When I comment out fileUpload: true in my FormPanel the browser is successfully sending off the...
  21. Firefox is having a similar issue with this too. Although I don't see any explicit errors (however it's error console filled with a lot of useless junk, mostly css warning messages) it does not...
  22. I have a FormPanel which is used to upload a file along with several other fields. In my FormPanel I have fileUpload set to true, and I have the following submit handler:

  23. Thanks for the quick reply! I have some other stuff going on at work atm but I'll try and look at it again by the end of the week :)
  24. Nevermind, it appears I was missing a css file
  25. I copied the FileUploadField.js script directly from the Sencha Tutorials. When I create my upload field with:

    xtype: 'fileuploadfield',
    fieldLabel: 'Test...
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