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    Default Unanswered: regModel: Is it possible to give a field/variable to a fixed value in the model?

    Unanswered: regModel: Is it possible to give a field/variable to a fixed value in the model?


    Hello all,

    its a quite simple question:
    When declaring my fields/attributes in the model, I have three "int"-fields that should always have the value "0", right from the beginning on.

    Is it possible to set this somewhere in the model? I Couldnt find something about this, neither in the tutorials nor in the model API.

    Thanks in advance,
    Florian

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    A field should have a defaultValue config:

    http://docs.sencha.com/touch/1-1/#!/...g-defaultValue
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