Rowupdating specified method is not supported
The second parameter of the event handler includes the value member which is used to return the new primary key value back up to the grid.By default, the value is initialized with a value that is equal to the number of rows in the data source.™ control Updating feature includes three different interactions: updating, adding new rows, and deleting rows. The Updating feature can be turned on either for an individual cell (Cell Edit Mode) or an entire row (Row Edit Mode).In Row Edit Mode, all cells in a row allow updating.This value cannot be higher than the maximum rows (set Max Rows) set by the statement or prepared statement, otherwise an exception is throws. The default value can be changed using the system property h2.server Result Set Fetch Size.Ext JS 5 introduces support for the MVVM architecture as well as improvements on the (C) in MVC.This method should only be called for scrollable result sets, otherwise it will throw an exception (no matter what direction is used).
It also helps ensure that it is kept up-to date with the framework during maintenance releases.The ideal starting point for migrating an existing Ext JS 4.x application to Ext JS 5 is to enable the new compatibility layer.This is similar to the compatibility layer we had for Ext JS 4, except that we have moved the logic into the framework itself.In updatable result sets, own changes are visible, but not own inserts and deletes. 0 is not allowed, 1 means the first row, 2 the second.-1 means the last row, -2 the row before the last row.