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    Default Uncaught error sending form to the server server reply is treated as JSON string

    I having a form which I want to send to the server. The server site is okay my record is saved well.

    Sending the form is like this:

    {
    xtype: 'button',
    text: 'Save',
    width: '100px',
    ui: 'confirm',
    scope: this,
    handler: function (b, e) {
    var form = Ext.getCmp('register');
    form.submit({
    //url: 'testform.php',
    //url: 'savemaintenancepoint.php',
    url: 'savetest.php',
    //method: 'POST',

    success: function (frm, res) {
    alert('Form submitted: ' + res.customfield);
    },
    failure: function (frm, res) {
    alert('Form no submit!');
    }

    }); // form.submit end
    } // handler end
    } // button

    The error message is this
    Uncaught Error: You're trying to decode an invalid JSON String: 1 record added

    It looks like the server result message is treated like a JSON string.

    Thx for help,
    John

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    You must respond to a form submit with JSON.
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