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    Question How to reload a store ?

    Hi everyone,

    Everything is in the title. I have a Ext.data.GroupingStore and I want to reload it after having clicked on a button.

    I try to use the load() function but it didn't work.

    My store :

    var store = new Ext.data.GroupingStore({
    proxy: new Ext.data.HttpProxy({
    url: 'Name of my servlet', timeout: 300000}),
    reader: new Ext.data.JsonReader({
    root: "result",
    fields: [
    {name: "Id"},
    {name: "movieTitle"},
    {name: "type"}
    ]
    }),
    remoteSort: false,
    sortInfo: {
    field: 'type',
    direction: 'ASC'
    },
    data: {result:rs.storeList},
    fields: ["Id","movieTitle","type"],
    groupField: "type"
    });

    in my function called when the button is clicked :

    store.load();

    I know load() function is asynchronous. i see with firebug that my rs.storeList has been updated but i don't know how to use my updated list.

    Any tips ?

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    Look at the API to see if there's a reload function?

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    I saw the REload() function but i don't know why i can't make it work.

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    What debugging have you done?

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    Quite simple actually.
    I put two alerts : one before the reload() function call and the same after : alert(store.getCount()). Both display the same number.

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    Loading is asynchronous!!!

    You can only check the number of records AFTER the new data from the server is received.

    Try:
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    store.reload({
      callback: function(){
        alert(store.getCount());
      }
    });

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    Still the same number even if i use your code Condor.
    I don't know what to do. The most frustating is that I can see in the servlet response displayed by firebug the result I want.

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    Are you saying the new Records are not being loaded? I don't understand what the problem is.

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    When I call the reload() function, I see in the firebug console that my servlet is actually called and returned the right list. But the data in my store remain the same.

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    Yeah, you're right, the new Records aren't being loaded from the servlet response.

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