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    I have a question in regards to model.Load(). In all the examples I have seen there is always a callback function or success function that passes a parameter my question is this parameter is never defined in the examples I have seen. Can someone clarify this? In this callback function for example the parameter book is neverdefined. Is it the root of the returned data? I have been trying to model my app according to these examples in architect2 but everytime the data is loaded the parameter is undefined as shown in firebug.

    “Book.load(1, {
    callback: function(book, operation){
    console.log(book);
    }


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    book should be an instance of a model...

    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-1/#!...ic-method-load

    Perhaps try the success callback? Do you see the request going across the wire? What is the response?
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    Default My problem was the json reader and the record config. Json is the default

    My problem was the json reader and the record config. Json is the default


    After I removed the reader, the callback function executed and book was defined....Thanks.

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