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    Default Ext Direct remote connection .NET API Call errors out

    I have Sencha application using Ext Direct and connecting to a .NET application. It works fine locally
    and makes all the direct calls without a problem. But when I try to connect to a remote server that has the same code, when I connect to the server I get a 404 Error stating:

    [HttpException]: A public action method 'Index' was not found on controller 'Ext.Direct.Mvc.DirectRouterController'.



    This has to be a configuration thing for remote and I do not know how to correct. Anyone have an idea?
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    Could be namespace/scope related. Perhaps you could post some of your DirectRouterController so we can see if the problem can be spotted.


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    Default Resolved

    Solved. Turned out to be a combination of a mime setting on the server, and allowing OPTIONS

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    Great to hear you are up and running, and thanks for sharing the solution here.


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