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    Quote Originally Posted by sara_762001 View Post
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    Hi Makana,

    I found that issue. If i remove renderer:HyperLinkLeftGridOrg from my JSON, it's work fine. But if put renderer:HyperLinkLeftGridOrg it's throws eval security error. Is there any way to use renderer in JSON?. How can i add renderer in my JSON without eval security error?

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    S.Saravanan

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    Hi,

    Sorry for this duplicate thread. Already i got answer from the following thread. http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=95861

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    S.Saravanan

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