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    Default Answered: Listpaging plugin does not show 'noMoreRecordsText' in ST 2.2

    I recently upgraded to ST 2.2 in the hopes that there are improvements for lists. I am using the listpaging plugin and everything is working well except for one thing. When there are no more records to load, the text "Load More..." never changes to display that there are no more records available.

    Here is my code:

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    xtype: 'list',
                    itemId: 'myListings',
    				store: 'products',
                    cls: 'product-list',
                    onItemDisclosure: true,
                    disableSelection: true,
                    itemHeight: '80px',
                    variableHeights: false,
                    flex: 1,
                    ui: 'round',
                    itemTpl: "{product_name}",
                    plugins: [
                        {
                            type: 'listpaging',
                            autoPaging: true
                        }
                    ]

  2. I was able to get this working by providing the correct count from the server side. It now paginates and shows the 'no more records' text correctly on both iOS and Android. The trick was to map the totalProperty to the correct count variable. And, as for mapping to a count variable in the heirarchy of the JSON response data, it can be mapped anywhere with a proper path irrespective of the rootProperty.

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    That text should show if you are returning the total number of records and the store knows it's on the last page. This should equate to true if it's on the last page:

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    store.getTotalCount() <= (store.currentPage * store.getPageSize())
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    Thanks mitchell for the hint. I had a look through the docs and saw that there was a way to specify a totalProperty on the reader. I did that and noticed that your statement still returns false. My totalProperty is above in the hierarchy of returned data then the rootProperty that I have set. Is it possible this is why it is not being set?

    Code:
    storeId: 'products',
            model: 'MyApp.model.Product',
            pageSize: 5,
            proxy: {
                type: 'ajax',
                method: 'GET',
                url: 'http://localhost/products',
                startParam: 'offset',
                reader: {
                    type: 'json',
                    rootProperty: 'data.products.entries',
                    totalProperty: 'data.count'
                }

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    I was able to get this working by providing the correct count from the server side. It now paginates and shows the 'no more records' text correctly on both iOS and Android. The trick was to map the totalProperty to the correct count variable. And, as for mapping to a count variable in the heirarchy of the JSON response data, it can be mapped anywhere with a proper path irrespective of the rootProperty.

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