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    Default Correct way of using Ext.Ajax.request, models/stores/proxies?

    Correct way of using Ext.Ajax.request, models/stores/proxies?


    In Ext JS 3, we used to do the following:
    • Compute some params dynamically. (Ex: params: {taskID: 1} vs params: {taskID: 2} depending on the current "task".)
    • Pass these params to an Ext.Ajax.request
    • Load the fetched data into different stores using Store.loadData()
    How the heck do you do the equivalent thing in Ext JS 4? I can't seem to find the equivalent functionality in 4...

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    Nevermind... there is loadData(). Don't know how I missed that :-)

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    Ah... the issue is TreeStores. They don't have loadData()!