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    Association function doesn't get created for hasMany model


    Hi

    It was working for 4.0.7, but doesnt work in 4.1.0 b2
    I wonder if I need to do some extra setting for that.

    I have a Document model that hasMany of Attribute model with name: attributes
    I deliver entire thing by one call and see that raw data contains 'attributes' node per each document but when I access 'record' I see that attributes() function does not exist.

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    In my usages, I have had no issues with associations migrating to 4.1.0
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    Probably that was for me due to dynamic loading of classes. When I added model classes to Ext.require it started to work fine

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