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    I thought there was a way to play with a datastore in firebug. How can I access my datastore. Isn't there something comparable to Ext.getCmp or will that work to access a data store?

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    you can go to the console
    and run var gridDevice = Ext.getCmp('EAdminDistributionManager-device-grid');
    then check the dom and find the element.

    is that what you want to do ?

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    Add a storeId to your store upon creation, and use the store manager to retrieve the store.

    http://www.extjs.com/deploy/dev/docs...s=Ext.StoreMgr

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    michaelc and vinylfox, that helps a lot. Thanks!

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