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    In app.js I load a login view.
    In app/controller/Login.js I handle a successful login inside a JsonP.request()...

    Code:
    ...
    success: function(result){
       Ext.Viewport.unmask();   
       if(result.success){
          Ext.Viewport.add({
             xtype: 'mainview'
          });
          console.debug("go to main view")
       }else{
          alert("Don't know you")
       }
    },
    ...
    ...but mainview does not get loaded (I do get the console message so I know I'm entering that block).
    I have the view referenced in both required and views properties in the Controller.
    The Main View loads if I load it using Ext.Viewport.add() in app.js

    Is my expectation misinformed? Am I doing something wrong here?

    Thanks very much,

    Paul
    Last edited by paulharv; 11 Apr 2012 at 3:39 AM. Reason: added more info

  2. add() will only add the item to Ext.Viewport. You need to use setActiveItem to make it active

    Code:
    Ext.Viewport.setActiveItem({
        xtype : 'mainview'
    });
    That will actually add the item to Ext.Viewport and then make it active.

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    add() will only add the item to Ext.Viewport. You need to use setActiveItem to make it active

    Code:
    Ext.Viewport.setActiveItem({
        xtype : 'mainview'
    });
    That will actually add the item to Ext.Viewport and then make it active.
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    Thank you.

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