fetching data from an external value.

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fetching data from an external value.

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hello i will use free until i understand bryntum gantt. I'm not very good at software so I would appreciate it if you could help me. I want to know where I went wrong. My scenario comes as a second project in crud manager when the data is first loaded. I added a button and when I click it, I send Main project to the main function and try to load and display it again. Wherever I am making mistakes I would be glad if you could help.

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It's hard to say without seeing the code. We need a proper runnable test case to assist you.


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hello i have implemented this, but i'm not sure if it is true or not, if it is wrong, do you have a chance to edit the code? The data is loaded correctly. id Main project, but the image does not change.

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I'm throwing you the demo I use. Can you indicate where I did wrong?

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Ah ..you mean debugging your server side code. No sorry this is not something we do for free.
Please contact our sales department for this: https://www.bryntum.com/services/


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what I want is only to filter the incoming data and display it on the screen. When I say server-side I could not understand it.


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By the way, will I pay additional money for this request after I buy it?


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Regarding prices and services please contact sales at bryntum.com


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I could not get the help needed, sorry I gave up. My English is bad. Sorry, I could not understand what you said, but as far as I understand if I buy this, I will have to pay an additional fee when I encounter a problem in the future. Thank you for your help.


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No, support is definitely included in the purchase - however we have strict rules of how to ask for help in these forums. We request good input (test case, code, error messages) to debug or it will not be possible to help you.

If you struggle to get things working, I think the best thing for you would be to hire a good developer for a day or two, to help you do the integration. You can find lots of talent here at reasonable fees https://www.upwork.com/

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