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    Default Answered: Does id exist as a config option for Ext.Component anymore?

    Answered: Does id exist as a config option for Ext.Component anymore?


    Does id exist as a config option for Ext.Component anymore?

    * The reason I ask is that unless I'm blind it doesn't seem to be documented.

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  2. A Component's id is determined during instantiation and it can't be changed afterwards (immutable), hence a setId() method doesn't make sense, and that's why 'id' is a not a general config.

    There's two common ways a Component gets its custom id: either via the given 'id' class property of your custom view, or via the 'id' config property (only) during instantiation, e.g:

    Code:
    new Ext.Button({
       id: 'myButton',
       text: 'Foo'
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    lol... n/m

    of course... it's a property of the class, not part of the config, duh.

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    It seems like it should actually be a config as well as a property. Creating a ticket for this.

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    A Component's id is determined during instantiation and it can't be changed afterwards (immutable), hence a setId() method doesn't make sense, and that's why 'id' is a not a general config.

    There's two common ways a Component gets its custom id: either via the given 'id' class property of your custom view, or via the 'id' config property (only) during instantiation, e.g:

    Code:
    new Ext.Button({
       id: 'myButton',
       text: 'Foo'
    });
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