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    Question How to return true in destroy requests?

    Hi!

    Update:
    With ExtJS 4.0.7 {success:true} works perfectly.



    Original:
    I'm using Ext.Direct. When I'm calling record.destroy() and receiving the response {success:true} ExtJS fires the success function of the destroy config. But it seems to not recognize the result, because when I make another operation it resend the destroy-request.


    I tried following responses, none has worked:
    Code:
    {}
    {success:true}
    {success:true,data:[]}
    {success:true,data:{id:4}}
    Here's a sample dialog: http://pastie.org/private/zknaafghf6vwldz9ixymg

    What is the right success-response?


    thanks
    Roland

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    Just a plain success is true should technically be all you need.
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