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    Exclamation Answered: EXTJS 4 - charge data for template ISSUE

    Answered: EXTJS 4 - charge data for template ISSUE


    I am new to extjs and I am having trouble when feeding a template with data.

    Code:
    var header = new Ext.Template("<div><b>{name}</b></div>");
    header.compile();
    
    var description = new Ext.Template("<div><b>{description}</b></div>");
    description.compile();
    
    Ext.define('ActivityWindow', {
        extend   : 'Ext.window.Window',
        id   : 'detActWin',
        layout   : 'border',
        config   :{
            resultRecord : null
        },
        defaults :{
            xtype   : 'panel'
        },
        constructor: function (args){
            this.initConfig(args);
            this.callParent();
        },
        items    : [
                {
                    tpl : header,
                    itemId  : 'activityHeader',
                    region  : 'north',
                    data    : this.resultRecord
                },
                {
                    html    : 'partecipantsList',
                    itemId  : 'activityPartecipants',
                    region  : 'east'
                },
                {
                    html    : 'description',
                    region  : 'center'
                }               
        ]       
    
    });
    
        var winDetAct = Ext.create(ActivityWindow, { resultRecord: entry});
        alert(winDetAct.getResultRecord().get('name')); //it shows the field name
        winDetAct.show();
    where

    Code:
    resultRecord = {name : 'topText', description: 'rightText'}
    I would like to pass this resultRecord to the Window class and have the items using this data. the resultRecord in the window class is well set, because the alert shows the correct data.

    but this is always undefined,

    Code:
    data    : this.resultRecord
    questions:
    1 - How can I feed the template in item 1 of the window with the data from the variable resultRecord ?

    2 - Is there a proper way to do this?
    thank you very much, Gabriel

  2. You should define your items array within the constructor or initComponent.

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    You should define your items array within the constructor or initComponent.
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