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  1. Ah! Awesome!

    I had session set to true for both the main view and the grid which is one of the child items of that main view. The new tabs that are being created are direct children of this main...
  2. Gotcha.

    Is there a way of confirming that in the Javascript console?

    I'm pretty positive that the record should exist in the session. I've enabled the session config on the grid that the button...
  3. I built a demo file mimicing the binding child session kitchen sink example.

    Similar to the kitchen sink example, when I click on the Edit button, I pass the button and create a tab using the...
  4. Perfect, thanks!!
  5. Ah! That totally makes sense!

    I can't dig into it now, but as soon as I get home I'll make the adjustment.

    Thank you very much. That clears up a lot of misunderstandings for me.
  6. Also:

  7. Here's what I'm seeing:

  8. I just tried switching the code to use record.getId() instead of It pulls the same value and gives the same error :/
  9. I'm grappling with a demo project I'm using to understand mvvm.

    Right now I have a Model that has a proxy config that pulls json data. I have a grid view who's ViewController listens to the cell...
  10. Hey MikeRH,

    I was having an issue in my code where regardless of the gridpanel row I clicked on, only the first record would be used when loading the viewmodel into the details view.

  11. Hmm,

    The only problem I still have on this is that clicking on any row in this grid always loads the first record.
  12. Awesome, thanks for pointing that out.

    Initial that made sense (of course I need to bind to the new data somehow) but I didn't know exactly how I should bind to it as (I didn't think) it was...
  13. I'm having an issue loading a reference into a ViewModel for a demo I'm working on to help learn mvvm. I'm sure the issue is stemming from my lack of understanding.

    I have a grid that shows a...
  14. For anyone who looks at this code, I was able to fix the loading.

    In my code for the ViewModel's store, I had the text `autoload` instead of `autoLoad`.
  15. Awesome, thanks for the clarification!
  16. Ah, thank you. Adding in the requires block to my viewmodel class resolved the console error:

    Ext.define('CoolPets2.view.petlist.PetListModel', {
    extend: '',
  17. I have a model that I'm trying to reference in my viewmodel.

    Here's the model:

    Ext.define('CoolPets2.model.Pets', {
    extend: '',
  18. Awesome!! Thank you this helps a ton!
  19. No, I was on 3.0.

    I should also say that my trial period expired so the problem is moot at this point.

    Also, after attending SenchaCon earlier this month I heard that the architect update was...
  20. Ah, perfect! Thanks MikeRH, this clears things up for me perfectly. If I could mark your post as the best answer I would :)
  21. Hey Gordonh,

    I'm running into the same question that you and the original poster are/were. I don't know if you're still grinding on it, but if so I found this page:...
  22. Something I'm grappling with at the moment is when to namespace and when to not.

    In my store code, when I refer to a model, it needs to be namespaced (i.e. using "Pets" for the store config...
  23. Ah gotcha! That makes sense.

    Even with the initComponent method to load the grid when the main panel is initialized the store is not recognized, but I get the idea and I can dig in further from...
  24. I just had a problem that I posted to the forms about (and got a quick answer, thank you).

    I was having a problem getting my store to load in the application. A forum user pointed out that I had...
  25. Blergh, no I hadn't done that.

    I added Pets into my stores config in Application.js. Now the store shows up in the browers App Inspector (thank you!), though it's still not getting loaded into...
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