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    Question autoRef, userClassName, itemId and initComponent !

    autoRef, userClassName, itemId and initComponent !


    Hi guys,
    I am trying ExtDesigner with ExtJS 4, I have some problems referencing items in the iniComponent function, in first I tried the itemId property, but it causes an exception ! when I searched the forum I heard about autoRef property, but I couldn't find it in ExtDesigner! I guess it was replaced with userClassName, I tried it but it doesn't work also.
    how can I acces child components at run time in the iniCompoenent function to avoid working with Ids

    thank you

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    autoRef is gone.

    userClassName is the javascript class that will be created.

    You can use itemId and then getComponent('myItemId'). You can also get your components via ComponentQuery.
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    Thumbs up thanks

    thanks


    aconran

    thank you for the reply, you and your team are doing a great job, keep going, as we plan in my company to buy a license for Ext Designer, I tried the Sencha Designer 2 this afternoon and it's absolutly amazing ! we were waiting for code aditing in the Designer to buy the license, and I think it would be for the version 2.
    very good job.

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    Thanks for the feedback.

    Let us know how it works out for you.
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    Cool


    my first reaction after some tests

    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...or-improvement

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