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  1. In Model.js's constructor we have the following which disregards the fact that our id field has a convert specified and just generates a value for id:

    if (!( = id = data[idProperty]) &&...
  2. +1, I haven't been able to find a clean work-around for this. Please fix ASAP.
  3. I figured out a solution to my problem and posted an example there -
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    I figured this out by studying the documentation in more depth. Here it is:

    # Build a set containing everything, the entire application and the used framework.
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    I have a similar use case. I want to be able to generate a separate file for all of my application classes that is not compressed so that it can be modified where it is deployed. I messed around...
  6. It is possible to get split-mode to work via the directions here or by hacking js-impl.xml. However, I don't see any advantage in doing this. By splitting out the compilation the compiler is now...
  7. I figured it out, before I load the store I had to call:
    planTreeGridStore.setRootNode({ expanded: true });
  8. To me it seems like the grid is unaware of the store changing. As I said I am doing this in a controller which references the store:

    stores: ['CurrentPlan'],

    In my Grid panel config I have:
  9. Thanks. The JSON returned is identical if my store config is root: { expanded: false } or root: { expanded: true }. However, in the later case my grid is populated. To me this indicates it is not...
  10. I am using Ext JS 4.1. I have a TreeGrid which I want to lazily load only after a user has selected which data they want loaded. To prevent the TreeGrid's store from loading automatically I have...
  11. The resources still appear to be missing in the final 4.1 release.
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