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    Hello JambaFun-
    Thanks for your reply. Unfortunatley, I'm not sure what you mean. There are numerous references to prefetchData in Ext.data.Store. Please see:
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    I got it!

    To refresh an infinite grid in 4.0 you must clear the cache and load. Example:



    var store = grid.getStore();
    store.prefetchData.clear();
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    Yes, store.load() does return the latest set. And the data loads correctly into the grid. Problem is, the latest data doesn't appear in the grid after I scroll away from the "page" (e.g. scroll to...
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    Scott, I meant to say "reload" doesn't exist in 4.0

    I tried load() but it doesn't work quite right. For example, if I update the first couple records on the server and try to reload via the "load"...
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    Unfortunately, store.reload() doesn't exist in 4.0 :-(

    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!/api/Ext.data.Store
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    No such method in 4.0 :-(

    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!/api/Ext.data.Store
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    Hello-
    I'm having a hard time finding an example of how to reload/refresh data in an infinite grid. I'm using ExtJS 4.0 and my code is almost identical to this example:
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    Thanks for the link ssamayoa. Unfortunately, it didn't quite work for me. When I add the overrides and call set() on the addresses, none of the addresses come across the wire. In other words, I still...
  9. Thanks blee! Your custom writer really helped me figure out a way to save nested data:
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?148250-Saving-Model-with-Nested-Data&p=652277
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    Hello-
    I'm relatively new to ExtJS 4 and I'm trying to wrap my head around Models. Everything is pretty straightforward so far except saving models - specifically models with nested data...
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