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    Question Answered: How to get successful MSG with MVC?

    //Controller//Store: Admin
    this.getAdminStore().sync({
    success: function(batch, option){
    alert(option.operations.update[0].raw.id);
    //How to get the response MSG at here?
    }
    // ,failure: function(batch, option){
    // ...
    // }
    });
    Feva

  2. If you have structure like this:

    Code:
    {
        success : true,
        data : [...]
    }
    And your reader is setup like this:

    Code:
    {
        type : 'json',
        root : 'data'
    }
    Then I would say you should put things in the root level like:

    Code:
    {
        success : true,
        msg : 'Something here',
        data : []
    }
    As the reader is expecting valid record objects in the data array. Here is how I do it:

    Code:
    var reader = store.proxy.reader,
        msg    = reader.createAccessor('msg')(reader.rawData);

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    Question Think to oneself.

    Think to oneself.
    this.getReader().rawData.success

    But I don't konw how to set response:
    1.
    {
    success:true,
    data:{
    msg: '...'
    }
    }
    2.
    {
    success:true,
    msg: '...',
    data:{

    }
    }

    Which one is standard?
    Feva

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    If you have structure like this:

    Code:
    {
        success : true,
        data : [...]
    }
    And your reader is setup like this:

    Code:
    {
        type : 'json',
        root : 'data'
    }
    Then I would say you should put things in the root level like:

    Code:
    {
        success : true,
        msg : 'Something here',
        data : []
    }
    As the reader is expecting valid record objects in the data array. Here is how I do it:

    Code:
    var reader = store.proxy.reader,
        msg    = reader.createAccessor('msg')(reader.rawData);
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