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MorliDots
14 Aug 2013, 3:11 AM
hello.

make a request to the server.
Request jsonP falls off the timeout.
but see the query console still hanging to the server.
call abort (), but there is no response.

after some time, the server responds, but the client respectively
I get an error: TypeError: Ext.data.JsonP.callback1 is not a funtstion

how to stop an inquiry? or how to catch the error?
Purpose: To have only one request to the server.
At the first timeout if



Send: function () {
this.keepalive = Ext.data.JsonP.request( { url: this.url,
scope: this,
timeout: this.timeout,
success: function (jsonData) { this.EventSuccess(jsonData); },
failure: function(jsonData) { this.EventFailure(jsonData); }
} );
},

EventFailure: function(jsonData) {
if (jsonData == 'timeout') {
Ext.data.JsonP.abort(this.keepalive);
} else

if (jsonData == 'abort') {
this.Send();
} else

this.Send();
},



if you call the Est.data.JsonP.abort (this.keepalive) that triggered the event "failure", in which the "abort".
if Ext.data.JsonP.abort (), the events of "failure" is not happening.

request to the server is not stopped, the error occurs in both cases

Gary Schlosberg
19 Aug 2013, 2:04 PM
I'm having a little trouble understanding here. Are you saying that EventFailure never fires?