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  1. Good to be back to forums after a long time :)
    I think these links should help others who land on this post:...
  2. I am not sure, our production systems already use the override I suggested and I haven't tested without it since sometime. It should be easy to see if CommandColumn code does something as suggested...
  3. If you have a Ext.net.Store bound to a GridPanel with command column, and you remove multiple records from store (for example by clicking a Command), and then you call rejectChanges on the Store,...
  4. Hi,

    You can use this as a work-around server-side in a custom HttpModule:



    private void context_PostMapRequestHandler (object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
    HttpContext...
  5. Great, thanks for the update Danill!!
  6. I would agree with you Geoff, in fact I do not recall a single use-case while using any Ext.Net in any project where I used milli-second precision.
  7. Great, thanks for the update. It would have been useful to back-port it to v1.
  8. Hmmm.. I better create a RecordField derived class and reset again for myself to old one.
    Thanks for the quick replied vlad...
  9. I updated from SVN (the latest commit for 1.x branch), and I can confirm, if I set the DateFormat to this:
    Y-m-dTh:i:s
    things return back to normal.
  10. I updated to latest version of Ext.Net on one of the projects after a long time today (around 7-8 months).
    Immediately I noticed RecordField with Type="Date" no longer parse dates sent from server...
  11. Okay thanks vlad!!
  12. Thanks Vlad and Danill, I cannot update from SVN for now, as we are very close to a release and cannot risk breaking something with the update. Will update afterwards...
  13. Hi there Ext.Net team, its good to be back after some time :)

    This post is in context of this comment from vlad where he advised using Shared=true on SplitCommand menu to save resources:...
  14. Oops sorry, it was a localization issue on our side..
  15. The note is always shown encoded in the browser irrespective of the value for NoteEncode.
    Please see the image blow. The note is encoded when being sent to the client, and I put breakpoints to...
  16. Okay thanks, I did not research on web and thought that maybe some Attribute on class changed. I looked into the source, but DateMenu did not have [Browsable(false)] applied, and I just posted the...
  17. I am on Revision 3668 and the screenshot below says it all:

    3076

    The code runs fine however and DateMenu is sent in javascript.
  18. Sure, please...
  19. Okay I think RenderStyles="None" would do it for me. RenderStyles="File" is also useful, but we have our own folder hierarchy and would not like to change it.
    Ext.Net team has put some serious...
  20. Okay I think I figured it out, RenderStyles="None". Let me check it out.
  21. We are using a completely custom theme which makes lots and lots of changes to ext-all.css, as well as we do not want any of Gray, Slate or Access themes to be loaded on the page.

    If I put my css...
  22. Thanks Danill, for once I thought I can so with the explorer without needing SVN client by the side :)
  23. When I had a look at the Examples Explorer Home page SVN commits, it gave a feeling that its updated till the last point when you access it.
    However, as I see now, it only shows commit till the last...
  24. I would rather recommend serializing the Date Value in a known format to the Hidden field (like universal sortable) and then parse it on the server rather than passing along the Format itself. Just...
  25. Just to clarify, I never said it was a logical defect. I said I considered it a design issue and all people can have their own approach to the design aspect of a particular situation :)


    Thanks...
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