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  1. Hello again, Dan!

    Since you don't really rely on the name setting for anything else, you should be good. But just be wary of client-server communication as this is potentially what has the most...
  2. The response is really long and tiring, so here's a summary:
    - model binding won't work for your scenario
    - when model binding doesn't help, you should use manual binding (don't use...
  3. Hello again, Dan! I finally gave your test case a good run, I think I may finally get what you mean!



    And I am afraid yes, this is the expected behavior. Is has its nice side, where it really...
  4. Hello again, bbros!

    To use complex logic to decide the value of an inlined custom config, you should go to the model variant.

    Here's a summary of the inline custom config syntaxes currently...
  5. Hello again, lbrohan! Glad it helped, and thanks for the feedback!
  6. Hello, bbros!

    It looks like you are doing it right! But as the default of collapsed is false, then Ext.NET does not explicitly tell the second panel's collapsed state should be false.

    You...
  7. Hello, Louise!



    If you cannot already just use the Live Search Plugin as-is, it will be the definitive source of logic to apply to your custom filtering code; it should probably already work...
  8. Hello again Louise!



    The reason the event fires twice is that Ext JS original code implies a refresh in the view whenever the first record is added to the grid. This probably avoided some...
  9. The Controller setting needs to reference a System.Web.Mvc.ControllerBase derivate at line 18, where you have <ext:Panel runat="server" Controller="MyController">.

    Okay, it seems you are using...
  10. Hello again, @Gidi!

    It really looks like a quoting/escaping issue, take a look at the generated code from your developer tools and check if the quotes are properly escaping; if not you may try to...
  11. Hello Dan!



    I understand I may be looking at your problem from a different perspective, and I don't think you'd persist on that it may not be fair, without a reason.



    In general, Ext.NET...
  12. Thanks for the feedback, glad it helped!
  13. Okay, I have checked your test case; getting parse errors. Can you review it?

    Notwithstanding, I tried a test case based on Grid Panel > Component Column > Overview and it is not firing the event...
  14. Oh wait, I seem to have jumped too quick to conclusions; you are talking about the component column, which does have the bind event!..

    Checking up your example to get down to the reason why it...
  15. Hello @lbrohan!

    I can't really tell why this event is triggered in the first place; I don't see documentation on this event (bind) in Ext.grid.colum.Column supported event list.

    So it seems...
  16. Hello again, Dan!

    Thanks for the test case! I think it supports my point even more; we need to ensure those groups get unique names throughout the form.

    There's not much else we can do to...
  17. Okay, so you can place the text in the expanded row once you expand it; and then you can't replace the placeholders from the "escaped" string you receive from SQL?

    I would need more to help you...
  18. Hello @bbros!

    The CheckColumn is not related to the CellEditingPlugin; so it is expected to have a different behavior.

    The CellEditingPlugin consists in replacing the grid cell's text with an...
  19. Hello Gidi!

    I'm not sure what your goal is; you want to just set the contents of the expanded row into a value you store in one of the grid columns?

    Maybe one of these examples do what you need...
  20. Hello Dan! Sorry for the long missed shot; I guess I was a bit confused because I focused in the test case you provided.

    I understand you are having a problem with that Razor code block rendering...
  21. Hello Dan!

    Thanks for the test case, it really lets us see what you do, and I believe I understand most of the issue you're facing.

    The only part I am not sure is:



    In particular, the...
  22. Hello @vamsi!

    I can't think any piece of code other than the ones in the links in our previous post. If that does not help you understand the concept and develop your own maybe we didn't really...
  23. Hello @vamsi!

    To do so you can use ASP.NET Session state to maintain the user state, and keep saving what you want to preserve in the .txt file as it changes -- as well as a means to identify the...
  24. Hello again, @ibrohan!

    Yes, it is possible, use the PrepareCommand, PrepareCommands or PrepareToolbar directives, whichever fits best your scenario, to do so.

    Here an example exploring this...
  25. Hello @ibrohan!

    If you want to make the cell look like an hyperlink yet do exact the same thing a button would do, why don't do what it says, that is, just change the look of the button to look...
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