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TypeError: 'undefined' is not an object (evaluating 'h.substring') when loading store
Architect Build tested:
Steps to reproduce the problem:
- Architect throws an error when using a store with a DataView with a custom DataItem.
The result that was expected:
- Create a model and store named 'store1' that properly loads data, set autoLoad to true. Right click store and click 'Load Data'
- Create a DataItem with alias 'dataitem' with proper style with a child component that has a proper tpl
- Create a DataView and check useComponents, defaultType to 'dataitem', and store to 'store1'
- Click on different views in the Project Inspector to load and reload the CSS for the DataView
The result that occurs instead:
- Loading of the store in Architect with the proper layout of DataItems and CSS in the view
- Window saying that an error occured:
TypeError: 'undefined' is not an object (evaluating 'h.substring')
Source Class: qrc:/designer/src/frameworks/touch21/framework/sencha-touch-all.js?0.3837460807990283 Line 18
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I'd be very interested in at least a reasonable workaround for this bug.
Easiest thing would be to not autoload the store while in Sencha Architect.
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Looks like you can't load the store at all while in Architect.
Originally Posted by ericbowden
I can confirm that the attached project throws an error even in our latest development build.
In a brief cursory look at this it looks like what's happening is that the default list item dependencies is not being taken into account. Ie we have to create teh defaultType class before trying to load the store (otherwise it won't know what to paint)
Eric, nicely done on bug report details.
We've filed a bug. Well update you here when we know more.
I am still getting this issue in SA 2.2.2 Build 991.
1. Add Data View
2. Add Data View Item
3. Set Data View Item's userAlias as "mydataitem"
4. In Data View, check useComponent
5. In Data View, enter "mydataitem" for defaultType
Error message then generated!
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This bug also happens to me when I use Sencha Architect to bundle my project for deployment. Any way around this?
This is a known bug where we are not loading the dataviewitem into the canvas when rending the data view in the canvas. I suspect this will work in the browser.
11 Jul 2013, 11:33 AM
Yes it does work in the browser, but the message keeps popping up every time you click on that view which can be quite annoying if thats your main view