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    Default Unanswered: Nested List Refresh

    Scenario:
    I have a nested list which loads from a store (via proxy). I want to be able to refresh the list every hour and on pull down. I have the timer and the pull down set up but I'm having trouble with the actually reload.

    Problem:
    If you just get the store and call .load(), then it refreshes the list, but if you are anywhere but the root of the list it leaves you with a blank screen. So far the only way round this I've found is to use another function to return to the root of the list before refreshing, something like this:

    This is in a controller function which gets called:
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    this.getProductlist().goToNode(Ext.getStore('ProductStore').getRoot());
    This is in either the pull down refresh function or the timer function:
    Code:
    Ext.getStore('ProductStore').load();
    but this is a workaround, I don't want it to go back to the root at all.

    So my question is this, how do I refresh a NESTED LIST, from anywhere inside the nested list structure, without it leaving me with a blank screen.

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    If you are on a list and load the treestore again doesn't mean that the child store is going to get the updated data.
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