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    Hello,

    Is there a way to send a request XMLRCP with Ext ?

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    ok, i find a library myself
    @tomic
    but it works just with Ext1.

    does someone find another library?

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    That should be fine with Ext 2.0 as well, it's only using the EventManager anyway.
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    the first problem i find is that MasterTemplate has been replaced by XTemplate http://extjs.com/learn/Ext_1_to_2_Mi...e_to_XTemplate. i think it's necessary to modify the source code.

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    This is the first time I've seen this. Looks nice if you need XmlRPC support. Looking at the source it should be rather trivial to upgrade to 2.0.
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    It will be very good if Ext supports XMLRPC natively. I will try to modify the source code of Atomic.

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    You'll find there are many people using various types of communication between the client-side and server-side. DWR, JSON-RPC, XmlRPC, classic ajax, etc.

    It would be difficult to support everyone's needs but I agree that it would be cool to provide a package for the most common rpc mechanisms. If this is a feature people really want they should place a request in the Feature Requests section on the Premium Forums.
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    ok, i have modified the xmlrpc client of atomic, now it works with Ext2
    xmlrpc.js

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    That wasn't too hard now, was it ?
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    Thanks for contributing. You should probably get in touch with the initial author and try to see if you can get your port up on his site so that others don't have to do the same porting routine.
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