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    Quote Originally Posted by westy View Post

    I get the impression Ext 4 is 'done' now though, so would stick with overriding things yourself if I were you
    They're only 'done' if we fail to keep issues front and center.

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    true. I have no problem with applying small patch releases as long as they fix the issues and don't break anything else in the process. In the end, we all want the same thing; a quality product.

    I will keep using the override until this is fixed. Thanks for saving me some time with this westy !

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    This not fixed in 4.0.5, sticking with my override...
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    I'm running into this problem after doing myStore.removeAll() followed by myStore.add(record). When the grid's view calls updateIndexes(), the previous nodes whose records have been removed are still present. Calling myGrid.view.refresh() is a workaround. westy's override works as well.

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    Westy, thanks for the override, it works well.

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    Still there in 4.0.6...
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    Though what you've posted makes sense, it's difficult to verify it as a bug without a proper test case, currently all the posts in this thread don't really heave enough info to constitute one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evant View Post
    Though what you've posted makes sense, it's difficult to verify it as a bug without a proper test case, currently all the posts in this thread don't really heave enough info to constitute one.
    Hi Evan,

    Long time, no see

    I appreciate there is no test case, but does everything really need a test case to get fixed?
    Do you guys ever fix stuff that crops up in, say, code reviews, and so do not have a test case?

    Or perhaps now is a perfect opportunity to admit there is no code reviewing?

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    This happens when there is a duplicate id in the the store. Two records with the same id causes an error like records[i] is undefined in updateIndexes. I fixed that, but now I am getting the problem in a Summary Grid

    I had put a Grouping feature and a GroupingSummary feature on the same view. Then you get this error too. I fixed that!

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    Found the same issue on 4.0.7. I had an Ext.grid.feature.Grouping and Ext.grid.feature.GroupingSummary in the features list. Removing the Grouping resolved the problem.