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    I have a treepanel with a treestore and a model. I cannot use any of the standard proxies, so I have to write my own. What methods do I have to implement for my own proxy, the tree will be read only.

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    You should look at the source code of Ext.data.proxy.Proxy, Ext.data.proxy.Server, Ext.data.proxy.Ajax. If you have the intention of writing your own reader, you also need to look at Ext.data.reader.Reader, Ext.data.reader.Json, etc. I wonder what your requirements are? Why can't you use standard proxies?

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    I have to make soap-calls. But I try the ajax proxy.

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    where can I download extJS 4.1.2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by advgal View Post
    I have to make soap-calls. But I try the ajax proxy.
    How do I set raw POST parameters? Not in the form "para=data1&para=data2"?

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