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    Default Adding a string to a combo box

    Hi, I'm trying to simply add a text string to a combo box and am getting very confused by the API documentation regarding Stores, Records, and ArrayReaders. What I want is a combo box that just holds user names and can be added to with the click of a button.

    var pplStore = new{
        fields: ['userId']         // ArrayStore initially empty.
    // Combo box definition, placed somewhere on the page
        xtype: 'combo',
        store: pplStore,
        displayField: 'userId',
        mode: 'local',
        id: 'cboSearchType',
        name: 'cboSearchType',
        editable: false,
        triggerAction: 'all',
        emptyText:'None Added',
        allowBlank: true,
        fieldLabel: "Search Type",
        anchor: '95%'
    function addUserName(userName) {
       // What goes here?  I know that ArrayStore has an add function but
       // I cannot figure out how to properly construct the Record objects 
       // unfortunately (I have read all the docs already).
    // Called by some user event on the page.
    Thanks so much for any help you can provide!


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    Mar 2007


    ComboBoxes are not part of Ext Core.

    Moving thread...

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