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Thread: Filtering A List Through a Store

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    All i need to know is what to put as a replacement for store in this example.

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    store.filter("DayNumber",2);
    Could it be ?

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    Timetabler.store.User.filter("DayNumber",2);

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    filter has to be on the instance not the class definition. So that will depend on how you create the store and cache it.
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    All i need to know is what to put as a replacement for store in this example.

    Code:
    store.filter("DayNumber",2);
    Could it be ?

    Code:
    Timetabler.store.User.filter("DayNumber",2);

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