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  1. Please see Ralph Schaer's github - ...

    Please see Ralph Schaer's github -
    https://github.com/ralscha/eds-starter6-jpa (and others)

    for example -
    part of pom.xml
  2. Thank you MRMV - I am still trying this and will...

    Thank you MRMV - I am still trying this and will let you know.
  3. CMD 6 - universal 6 - Spring Boot - build completes but wrong

    I want to combine CMD 6 (no themes yet), just for production processing, sencha 6 (universal - both classic and modern toolkits) and Spring Boot as back end - (static content for now).

    Windows 7...
  4. Thread: Itemselector

    by ghellman
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    get the selected values of 'itemselector'

    one way -
    you could add "id" to the itemselector "field" -

    xtype : 'itemselector',
    id : 'xxxxx-selector',
    .
    .
    .

    then (in controller or handler ) -
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    OpenSocial with either Extjs or Ext GWT?

    Our company is considering using "OpenSocial" - has anyone had experience (good or bad) with using that with Extjs or ExtGWT?
  6. OpenSocial (Apache Shindig) with Ext GWT?

    Our company is considering using "OpenSocial" - has anyone had experience (good or bad) with using that with Ext GWT?


    Thanks
  7. Probably the issue comes from my data (coming...

    Probably the issue comes from my data (coming from the backend/server/database) being integers.
    So the store does not give me the single quotes surrounding each item in the array (as in the example...
  8. Yes - I noticed that in the MultiSelect demo the...

    Yes - I noticed that in the MultiSelect demo the setValue works flawlessly as you said....
    Also, in the firebug console, doing the same, works flawlessly.

    But when loading those values from a...
  9. Item Selector setValue Problem/Question (4.1B-2)

    In using setValue for the ItemSelector, I find that I need to use something like "[0,1001,1002,1003,0]" instead of "[1001,1002,1003]" (in which case the first and last do not show up).

    When I use...
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