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    Default Unanswered: NestedList and TreeStore issue...

    I am having problems getting my data to display in my nestedlist via this simple itemTpl:
    <div>{SIG}</div>

    Debugging in Chrome shows me that my data IS being returned from my service, my NestedList is displaying the correct amount of rows (based upon the amount of data elements returned) BUT they are all blank so I assume that means my itemTpl isn't exactly right??

    Here are how my models are setup...

    Code:
    Ext.define('PhoenixTouch.model.RxPrefPopover', {
        extend: 'Ext.data.Model',
    
    
        xtype: 'rxPrefPopoverModel',
    
    
        config: {
    
    
            fields: ['Key', 'Value'],
            hasMany:{model:'PhoenixTouch.model.RxPref'}
                
        }
    });
    
    
    
    
    Ext.define('PhoenixTouch.model.RxPref', {
        extend: 'Ext.data.Model',
    
    
        xtype: 'rxPrefModel',
    
    
        config: {
    
    
            fields: [
                {name:'RxPrefID', type:'INT'},
                {name:'Qty', type:'INT'},
                {name:'Refills', type:'INT'},
                {name:'ProviderID', type:'INT'},
                {name:'Drug Name', type:'STRING'},
                {name:'SIG', type:'STRING', mapping: 'rxprefs.SIG'},
                {name:'Type', type:'STRING'},
                {name:'RX_Dosage', type:'STRING'},
                {name:'RX_Form', type:'STRING'},
                {name:'RX_Name', type:'STRING'},
                {name:'RX_Timing', type:'STRING'},
                {name:'RX_Duration', type:'STRING'},
                {name:'RX_Notes', type:'STRING'},
                {name:'IsCompound', type:'BOOL'},
                {name:'RX_Route', type:'STRING'},
                {name:'DispenseAs', type:'INT'},
                {name:'RX_Strength', type:'STRING'}
            ],
            belongsTo: 'PhoenixTouch.model.RxPrefPopover'
        }
    });

    Here is my TreeStore....

    Code:
    Ext.define('PhoenixTouch.store.RxPrefPopover',{
        extend: 'Ext.data.TreeStore',
        
        requires:['PhoenixTouch.model.RxPrefPopover',
                    'Ext.DateExtras'],
    
    
        xtype: 'examPrefPopoverStore',
    
    
        config:{
            model: 'PhoenixTouch.model.RxPrefPopover',
            defaultRootProperty: 'Value',
        },
    
    
        getRxProviderPrefs: function(providerID){
            var tURL = phxUtility.getServerAddress() + '/server/rxproviderlist.svc/rx/list/providerid/' + providerID;
            setupProxy(this, tURL);
        }
    
    
    });
    ...and here is a sample JSON service message....

    Code:
    {
        "Value":[
            {
                "Key":"Analgesics",
                "Value":[
                    {
                    "DispenseAs":0,
                    "Drug_Name":"93516101","SIG":"HYDROCODONE BT IBUPROFEN  2 TAB PO PRN","Type":"Analgesics"...
                    }
                    ]},
            {
                "Key":"Anticoagulants",
                "Value":[
                    {
                    "DispenseAs":0...
                    }
                    ]}, etc...


    Any thoughts as to why my simple itmTpl cannot access the returned data???


    thanks,Monty

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    Are you trying to use hasMany to display the child nodes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Are you trying to use hasMany to display the child nodes?
    ...at this point I'm just trying to get this to work.

    the intended result tree I'm going for would be like this:

    Analgesics
    Drug description 1
    Drug description 2
    Drug description 3
    etc....
    Anticoagulants
    Drug description 4
    Drug description 5
    Drug description 6
    etc...


    in the Chrome console, all the data is there, I just cant for the life of me figure out how to display it.

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    Start from the basics. Get a JSON structure that each level is the same, use one model and the treestore will take care of the rest.
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    sorry but this is the best way I could explain where I'm at. You can see my JSON message results here via Chrome screenshot. My service returns an array (just showing you the first 2 nodes of 6) - each object contains a 'Key' which is a type of drug and a 'Value' which is another array containing a drug object that falling in the Key category. Plain and simple - I need the Keys to be the first level of the nested list, and the Value.SIG to be the second level - just two levels of tree. Thoughts??? Thanks for the replies, Monty

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