I am still here

On July 18, 2009, in Web Development, by Anuj Gakhar

Its been a couple of months I haven’t really posted anything at all here. It has been a really busy period for me. I have taken up a new Flex role and the project is quite interesting and demanding. I spend literally all my time on this project and finishing off some other commitments in any extra time I get.

I have got a lot of useful information I have learned in the past 2 months and I hope to blog about them pretty soon. And yeah, I have been following all the ColdFusion Builder and CF9 related posts, lately. Pretty cool Stuff! I will be back in the blogosphere soon, guys!

Happy Coding!


2 Responses to I am still here

  1. Jean says:

    Mr. Gakhar,
    I saw your sample code(grid.cfm, data.cfc) from “CRUD-with-cfgrid-html-format”. I have 2 problems trying to use the code:
    1). It would be nice that the columns can be combo boxes (pull down list from a lookup table) or select (allows user to select “Y” or “N”).

    2). I am having problem launching the example because “The path to the CFC must be specified as a full path, or as a relative path from the current template, without the use of mappings.” My CFCs and *.CFM are stored on the I drive (which is mapped to the development server I am supposed to use).

    I tried without success:

    // create a new JS proxy object for the CFC
    var dataproxy = new cfproxy();

    function handleResult(response)

    Can you help me with the code using Ajax and defining/updating the combo boxes from the cfgrid ? Thank you for your time and help.

  2. Anuj Gakhar says:

    Hi Jean, sorry for the late reply. I am going dead busy here. Have you got a mapping to CFIDE setup correctly?
    And if you want to have dropdowns you need to use itemRenderers , there are loads of examples out there.

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