I've been trying to get up and running with Ext.direct as it looks like a rather elegant way to get to data via PHP/MySQL. In doing so, I have watched the video "Ext Direct through PHP router" ( http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...-and-php-Video ) - which is very helpful.
I have this sample code up and running in my environment and I have also adapted it to an app for testing. However, I can only seem to read in data when I adapt the code to my my test app. I see that the methods get loaded to the proxy.api and I set a listener on my store to listen for remove events - which does indeed fire. But when I look at my network panel in the developer console, I do not see any call to router.php when I call store.remove(). The only reference to router.php is when the store is initially loaded (or when I subsequently call store.load() )
Has anyone come across anything like this?