Ext – Adding a tree to the portal example

For a project I am working on I wanted to add a tree to a viewport. There is a portal example on the Ext web site that features an accordion control in the west panel. It took a while to figure out how to replace that accordion with a tree even though the method turned out to be quite simple.

See this post on the Ext forum for the key piece of information from another Ext user:
http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14445

See this working version (and files to download) on my web site:
http://www.murrah.com.au/samples/ext/portal/portal.cfm

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3 thoughts on “Ext – Adding a tree to the portal example

  1. After I download it and get most of it working the only part I can not get to work is the tree icons and I guess due to them not showing up the look of the tree is all in two broken images at the top of the side panel.

    what do you think I can do to fix this?

    Thanks – new to using ext 2,
    Nathan

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