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    Question Answered: Access data of a parent component from a child component

    Answered: Access data of a parent component from a child component


    Hi, I have posted a question to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9...sencha-touch-2

    Any ideas on this one?

    Thanks, in advance.

  2. So the data is on MyApp.view.DetailsView and multple children want to use the data. So what I would do is hook into the updateData method of MyApp.view.DetailsView and take appropriate action on the children.

    Code:
    updateData : function(data) {
        this.callParent(arguments);
    
        var img = this.down('image'),
            container = this.down('container[tpl]');
    
        img.setSrc(data.image);
        container.setData(data);
    }
    Just typing that off the top of my head so may not work exactly but shows what you can do.

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    So the data is on MyApp.view.DetailsView and multple children want to use the data. So what I would do is hook into the updateData method of MyApp.view.DetailsView and take appropriate action on the children.

    Code:
    updateData : function(data) {
        this.callParent(arguments);
    
        var img = this.down('image'),
            container = this.down('container[tpl]');
    
        img.setSrc(data.image);
        container.setData(data);
    }
    Just typing that off the top of my head so may not work exactly but shows what you can do.
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    Thank you. Just what I was looking for!

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