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    Default Answered: HowTo pass an id to proxy in data.store

    Hi

    I was wondering how I can pass an id to the ajax proxy

    Code:
                var storeWebpage = new Ext.data.Store({
                model: 'ListItem1',
                autoLoad: false,
                //remoteFilter: true,
                //sortOnFilter: true,
                //sorters: [{property : 'lastname', direction: 'ASC'}],
                pageSize: 1,
                clearOnPageLoad: false,
    listeners: {
    load : function(){
    
    
    console.log(this.sid);
    }
    },
                proxy: {
                    type: 'ajax',
                    url: 'http://www.hws-koeriers.nl/hws/flex/user.php?sid=' + this.sid,
    
    
                    reader: {
                        //root: 'profile',
                        type: 'json'
                    },    
    
    
                    extraParams: {
                        rpp: 1,
                        suppress_response_codes: true
                        }
                }
            });
    I tested the id ouside the proxy and there the console.log shows my id but within the proxy it's undefined

    test code

    listeners: {
    load : function(){


    console.log(this.sid);
    }
    },

    I am passing the variable from an onItemDisclosure

    Code:
    onItemDisclosure: {
                    scope: 'this',
                    handler: function(record, btn, index) {
                        //alert('Disclose more info for ' + record.get('id'));
    
    
    		storeWebpage.sid = record.get('id');
    
    
    		panel.setActiveItem(3, {type: 'slide', direction: 'right', params: { sid1: record.get('name')}});
    
    
    		storeWebpage.load();
                    }
                },
    thanks in advance

  2. If you want it in your storeWebpage.load(); call you can add it as a param:

    Code:
    storeWebpage.load({
        params : {
            id : 'foo'
        }
    });
    Or you can apply it to the extraParams if you need it to stick around (like when you refresh or load a new page):

    Code:
    storeWebpage.proxy.extraParams.id = 'foo';

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    Sorry, could you explain your issue a little more? I'm not sure where you want an ID and why.
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    If you want it in your storeWebpage.load(); call you can add it as a param:

    Code:
    storeWebpage.load({
        params : {
            id : 'foo'
        }
    });
    Or you can apply it to the extraParams if you need it to stick around (like when you refresh or load a new page):

    Code:
    storeWebpage.proxy.extraParams.id = 'foo';
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    Thank you verry much

    that was just what I was looking for ..

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    Is there any way to prevent the proxy from sending the other parameters (i.e. _dc, start, limit) on a stores load() call? My backend is expecting to use every parameter sent back for filtering purposes. For the time being I've set it up to just ignore those listed above, but I've just run into a situation where Sencha is sending sending a filter parameter, and it seems like it would just be easier to have all the parameters (besides those I specify) left out entirely. Thanks!

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