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Thread: [FIXED][3.0rc2] HttpProxy crashes on empty RESTful responses

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    7. Other unclear or buggy issues: Ext.data.JsonReader constructor takes now two parameters, the second parameter looks exactly like the option "fields" - so what's the point of having this second parameter if you can simply pass it to "fields" option? Then: the DataWriter sends Ext-generated ids of phantom object with other data to server - what for? no server will be interested in ext-generated dummy ids of phantom objects. Then: DataWriter when sending data of type "date" doesn't use date format declared in reader mapping. Because of this, I get nasty validation error on server when the date comes in with undesired format. It's logical that writer should use the same date format that reader use, unless configured otherwise, because by default server expects incoming data in the same format as it produces.
    I didn't see any response to this item in bold. Was wondering if it is in the plan to be fixed? I'm using 3.0.0, and JsonWriter always sends dates as ex: "2009-09-14T21:00:00" regardless of the format specified in the reader.

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    The date format problem is still not fixed in 3.0.3, so I reported it as a bug here: http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?p=411246

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    Two other bugs I reported against 3.0.3, related somehow to this thread:
    http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=85908
    http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?p=411257

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