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Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Re: where can i get the results of RequestContext's fire method?
If you don't define a persist() or whatever method in your RequestContext (and call it), you won't persist or whatever anything. A fire() would send the changes to the server but it would then do nothing with them.
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