Memory leaks with ExtJS Sencah


I have an ExtJS Sencha application that seems to have a client-side memory leak.

The only thing I no how to do is take care of the stores.  I've put autoDestroy: true on both of the stores I use - but I still get the leak?

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.
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The autoDestroy: true is the default behaviour, so if it was leaking before you put autoDestroy:true then it will also leak after. The autoDestroy will only work if you remove the components from the container. Do you remove them?

A second question is: how do you know there is a memory leak related to ExtJS?

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