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    no solution found yet...
    maybe I try to put the values via an extjs form in the db, maybe this helps.
    I put the values directly in...

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    ok, was like this.
    When I send the data via a FormPanel, everything works fine!
    Thanks!

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    2 mabello
    So, your solution will become more complicated if input element has more than one nesting DOM level.

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    Default this code did not render toolbar in template?Why?How we can achive this?Five some Exp

    var rolestpl = new Ext.XTemplate(
    '<tpl for=".">',
    '<div class="roles">',
    '<div class="rolesheading">{rolesHeading} <span>({roleValue})</span></div>',
    '<div id="xyz">{[new Ext.ux.toolbar({id:"abc",buttonIcon:"add,import,export"})]}</div>',
    '<div class="rolesList">',
    '<tpl for="userList">',
    '<div>{.}</div>',
    '</tpl>',
    '</div>',
    '</div>',
    '</tpl>'
    );

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    Good Job man, totally helped me.