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    Default Answered: PR3 change in container getData?

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    Hi. Excited to use PR3 - however my app stopped working in some areas.

    I have a controller that calls a new view:

    Code:
    getNewView: function() {
    
    ..stuff to get data
     b.loadRecords(a);
    var a = b.getAt(0);
    console.log(a.getData());  <-- this shows correct data
    
    //then pass the data to 
    return this.getView("Dashboard").create({
                title: "Dashboard",
                data: a.getData()
            })
    I used to be able to access this data in my view in PR2 but no more - now it shows as undefined
    Code:
    Ext.define("SquareRoute.view.Dashboard", {
        extend: "Ext.Container",
        xtype: 'dashboard',
    
    
        record: undefined,
        initialize: function() {
    
    
            var a = this.getData();
              console.log(a); <-- empty/undefined
    I looked at changelog/docs but I don't see anything related to this.

  2. You must call this.callParent() if you override initialize. Put it before your getData() call and it will work.

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    You must call this.callParent() if you override initialize. Put it before your getData() call and it will work.
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    Just to include why: initialize in component now sets up the configurations. So obviously if you override that method and don't call the parent, the configuration system will not be setup for that class, leaving configurations not working.
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