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    Looks good. And what's in the request that is logged? You do know what the green colour means?

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    I miscopied the header. You need

    Code:
    Ext.lib.Ajax.useDefaultXhrHeader = false;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal View Post
    I miscopied the header. You need
    Code:
    Ext.lib.Ajax.useDefaultXhrHeader = false;
    Now it works for normal Ajax request, but not when I add custom headers. Let me give a full example, so you can try it out (assuming you have a gmail/google account somewhere):

    Visit this url to request a temporary security token: AuthSubRequest. The site will ask for permission. If you grant permission, you will be fowarded to Extjs.com?token=sometokenhere. This token is a temporary token that you can exchange for a session token using this request:
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    Ext.Ajax.request({
    	url:"https://www.google.com/accounts/AuthSubSessionToken", 
    	method: "GET",
    	headers:{'authorization':'AuthSub token="temp_token_here_between_the_quotes"'},
    	success: function(xhr){alert(xhr.responseText)}
    });
    The response for this request should contain a new token, that you can use to access google services. Note that it is important that the authorization header should be exactly in the form AuthSub token="asdf8sdjksdu8ds8g", and you can use every temp token only once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal View Post
    I miscopied the header. You need

    Code:
    Ext.lib.Ajax.useDefaultXhrHeader = false;
    Hi,

    I have the same problem with ExtJs 4.1.1a, the store.load() creates an OPTIONS request instead of a GET in Firefox (works fine in IE/Chrome though, sending a GET).
    How can I tell ExtJS to send a proper GET and not OPTIONS in Firefox?

    Thanks,

    $p00ky

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    Any one got Solution to this problem..?? I am also getting 405 error.....
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    In an Ajax call instead of GET, the browser is running OPTION method..
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    Any help appreciated.
    Thanks

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    i have the same issue. how can we solve it?

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