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Thread: doesn't fire requestexception on failed requests (6.6.0)

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    Default doesn't fire requestexception on failed requests (6.6.0)

    When there's no service, and I send an http request, Chrome DevTools' Network panel shows a red entry with a status "(failed)". These requests normally triggered a requestexception prior to Ext JS 6.6.0 Classic.

    In Ext JS 6.6.0, the method has been modified which results in these requests being recognized falsely as successful.

    The problem is that success:true is allowed when status is 0 and response length (len) is a number, but the new modifications set the len variable manually to 0 if responseType is 'json', which in turn probably depends on how the request is configured...

    So failed requests falsely result in successful response.

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    Sencha - Forum Administrator
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    Sep 2017


    Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I have shared this with our support team to further look into.

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    Ext Support Team
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    Jan 2018


    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.

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