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    Exclamation Ext.data.ArrayReader.readRecords have a bug when mapping 'prop1.propNext'

    • Ext 3.2.0

    Adapter used:
    • ext

    css used:
    • only default ext-all.css

    Browser versions tested against:
    • FF3 (firebug installed)

    Operating System:
    • ubuntu 9.10 64bit

    Description:
    • Ext.data.ArrayReader.readRecords have a bug when mapping 'prop1.propNext'

    Test Case:
    Code:
        var record = Ext.data.Record.create([
            {name: 'id', mapping: 'id'},
            {name: 'name', mapping: 'text'},
            {name: 'info', mapping: 'userData.info'},
            {name: 'order', mapping: 'userData.order'}
        ]);
        var store = new Ext.data.Store({sortInfo: {field: 'order'}, reader: new Ext.data.ArrayReader({id: 'id'}, record)})
        var win = new Ext.Window({
            closable: false,
            layout: 'fit',
            width: 700, height: 400,
            items: [{
                xtype: 'grid', title: ' ', iconCls: 'x-tree-node-icon-folder',
                tbar: ['-', {text: 'refresh'}, '-', '->'],
                columns: [
                    {header: 'ID', dataIndex: 'id', menuDisabled: true, hidden: true, width: 40, sortable: true, align: 'right'},
                    {header: 'name', dataIndex: 'name', hideable: false, width: 80, sortable: true},
                    {header: 'info', dataIndex: 'info', width: 100, sortable: true},
                    {header: 'order', dataIndex: 'order', width: 40, sortable: true, menuDisabled: true}
                ],
                store: store
            }]
        });
        win.show();
        var datas = [];
        for (var i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
            datas[i] = {id: i, text: 'text' + i, userData: {info: 'info' + i, order: i % 5}};
        }
        store.loadData(datas);
    var record = Ext.data.Record.create([
    {name: 'id', mapping: 'id'},
    {name: 'name', mapping: 'text'},
    {name: 'info', mapping: 'userData.info'},//not any effect
    {name: 'order', mapping: 'userData.order'}//not any effect too

    ]);

    My fix:
    the right code is:
    var records = this.extractData(this.getRoot(o), true);
    Code:
    if (Ext.version == '3.2.0') {
        Ext.apply(Ext.data.ArrayReader.prototype, {
            readRecords : function(o){
                this.arrayData = o;
                var s = this.meta, success = true, v;
    
                var records = this.extractData(this.getRoot(o), true);
                var totalRecords = records.length;
        
                if(s.totalProperty) {
                    v = parseInt(this.getTotal(o), 10);
                    if(!isNaN(v)) {
                        totalRecords = v;
                    }
                }
                if(s.successProperty){
                    v = this.getSuccess(o);
                    if(v === false || v === 'false'){
                        success = false;
                    }
                }
        
                return {
                    success : success,
                    records : records,
                    totalRecords : totalRecords
                };
            }
        });
    }

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    What does your data look like? Shouldn't you be using a JsonReader?
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    please see Test Case,then run the Test Case,you will see 'info' and 'order' columns is nothing each!

    Then add fix code,run Test Case again,you will see 'info' and 'order' columns is good!

    I load datas with treepanel! when select a treenode, show children list in the gridpanel! so i call store.loadData(treeNode.attributes.children)!
    my data like this:

    var datas = [];
    for (var i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
    datas[i] = {id: i, text: 'text' + i, userData: {info: 'info' + i, order: i % 5}};
    }

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    You should be using a JsonReader, not an array reader. Moving to help.
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    Thanks!

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