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    Default sencha architect reuse components

    i am using sencha architect. I want to reuse my components like data store & model from different application.
    Through googling i came to know that it can be done using .xdc file. How can i create an xdc file in Sencha Architect or Is there any other way to reuse components through Sencha Architect?

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    Default Export Model or Store to XDC Files

    In earlier versions of Sencha Architect, we had been able to export models and stores to .xdc files in the same way that views can be exported. When a model or store is right-clicked, you will see 'export' option. Give your XDC File a name. We had used this extensively for being able to import large models into other designer projects that used those models.
    Please check if your current version supports this facility or go for some previous version.

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    thnx sword..im using sencha architect 2 & it does not support export

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    I found this thread just after reading this one from the Architect forum:


    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?196386-Export-to-XDC-File-Is-No-Longer-Available-in-Sencha-Architect


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    ooks like it is coming back.

    Worth

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    thanx Worth..good to knw its back

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