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    had this problem found this thread!!!!!! thanks guys, I had a little different problem. I had the stores and models referenced but my models files were below my stores, moved them above the stores and all worked!!

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    I was running into this same error trying to load a store in the main app.js instance using the MVC layout. It was an autoLoad store just pulling in a static configuration JSON file. I moved into one of my controllers and that fixed the problem for me. I think it was just trying to instantiate the store before all of the classes had loaded.

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    I had this problem and using this thread plus the MVC example it turned out to be forgetting to add the model to the controller definition :- missing code in red - simple but I missed it so thanks for the tips.

    Ext.define('BTT.controller.BattleMap', {
    extend: 'Ext.app.Controller',
    views: [
    'BattleMap'
    ],
    refs: [
    {
    ref: 'battlemap',
    selector: 'battlemapview'
    }
    ],
    stores: [
    'Battlefield'
    ],
    models: ['Unit'],


    init: function() {
    //.............

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    This issue always caused by 'jsonReader' cannot prase the server response data.
    What a pity,the 'jsonReader' do not have a errorEvent to catch the 'json prase' issue.

    Whether we can add a errorEvent to catch all error of reader in store in the near future?

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    I had the same issue. The problem was setting the autoLoad variable to TRUE in the store definition. I commented it out and the error dissapeared.

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