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Display a tree dijit using zend framework


Display a tree dijit using zend framework

By : user3861462
Date : November 20 2020, 07:00 PM
this will help First you must create separate action. One for display, other to load:
code :


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By : user3639534
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps I don't know if you've already looked at this : http://www.quirksmode.org/dom/inputfile.html
What you could try is creating your own widget that sets this up for you. You'll need to use a dximage filter for IE support though, YMMV. Also may not work depending on how you're doing your layout due to element stacking and the need for a relatively positioned parent.
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By : Keran Wang
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Given your example, a way to do it would be this. However i suggest you read yourself into the inbuilt validators Db\RecordExists and Db\RecordNoExists, as they may already do what you're trying to do.
code :
public function addAction() 
{
     $form = $this->getForm(); //theoretical

     try {
         $records->validateDuplicateRecords($recordTitle);
     } catch (\Exception $e) {
         $form->setMessages(array(
             'recordTitle' => array($e->getMessage())
         ));
         return new ViewModel(array(
             'form' => $form
         ));
     }

     if ($form->isValid()) { 
         //usual stuff
     }
}
Programmatic Dijit/Tree Not Appearing in Declarative Dijit/ContentPane

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By : Trevor Van Langendon
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Coming back to this (in the hope that it would be solved in Dojo 1.10), I have found a fix.
I abstracted the tree into its own module, adding it to the container with placeAt() instead of using this.pilotTreeContainer.set( 'content', pilotTree );:
code :
// dijit/Tree implementation for pilots
pilotTree = new PilotTree( 
{
    model: treeModel 
} );


// add to container
pilotTree.placeAt( this.pilotTreeContainer.containerNode ); 
pilotTree.startup();
startup: function()
{
    this.inherited( arguments );

    // force show!
    this.rootLoadingIndicator.style.display = "none";
    this.rootNode.containerNode.style.display = "block";
},
how to associate (bind) a dijit.Menu with specific nodes of a dijit.Tree

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By : theinject0r66
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help You can also use the menu's onFocus event for this, if you don't like using pseudo-private methods like "_openMyself". You should make a right-click change the currently selected node though.
dijit.Tree DnD from tree to tree - child nodes don't get created in target tree

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By : Ramonius
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue My post earned a tumbleweed... awesome! :) I figured out a workaround, and here it is.
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