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    Getting Values from Config


    Is there another way to get the Values. For example:

    A Panel includes 2 Fieldset and each Fieldset has a textarea and displyafield

    Panel (id:'panel')
    ....fieldset ( id :'fieldset1')
    ........textarea1 (id:'txt1')
    .......displayfield1(id: 'd1')
    ...fieldset ( id :'fieldset2')
    .......textarea2 (id:'txt2')
    ......displayfield2 (id: 'd2')

    Ext.getCmp('panel').items.items[0].items.items[0]

    So im getting "textarea1". But i dont want use Indexes and i dont want go directly to the element( Ext.getCmp(txt1)), im searching something like this:
    Ext.getCmp('panel').items.items.get('textarea1').items.items.get('txt1')

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    Use the component query:
    - http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!...ComponentQuery

    Using getCmp() is not recommended for production code (as it relies on DOM IDs), and "items.items.items[0]" is (1) ugly and (2) unreliable.

    Every component has methods like child(), down() etc. that use the ComponentQuery.
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