4 Mar 2011 12:45 PM #1
This is probably a well known issue but I just wanted to add a reminder...
Calling destroy() on a model instance does nothing and throws no error; it just ends up in an empty function call in Ext.Base.
Hopefully we'll see it implemented in the next dev preview
5 Mar 2011 12:21 AM #2
5 Mar 2011 2:34 PM #3
+1 From me, to get this fixed in the next preview (release 4)! I need this to complete my proof of concept.
9 Mar 2011 6:18 AM #4
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A destroy method has been added.Evan Trimboli
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13 Mar 2011 4:50 AM #5
Excellent news, thank you!
2 May 2011 10:15 AM #6
destroy method doesn't use DELETE
I'm trying Ext.data.Model.
Docs say that Model.destroy uses DELETE request, but actually it uses GET request so I can't distinguish load and destroy on server side. Is it a bug or I'm doing something wrong?
ExtJS version is 4.0.0.
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