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    Hi,

    I have implemented Pagination using PagingMemoryProxy.
    The grid also supports Drag n Drop (Self i.e re-ordering of rows is possible).

    How do i update the Data in the proxy with the complete re-ordered data of the grid.?
    When I try to get the data from store, I get Json data for only current page.
    How do I get the entire Json data for grid to update my Proxy data?


    Thanks in advance

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    The data on the proxy is a simple array so you would have to do some splicing to reorder it.
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    Is there no way in which I can get the Reordered Json data (for entire grid) ?

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    The data is there, you just need to remove the record and then insert it at the new index.
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    Added, this is native JavaScript and is the most performant way.
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