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    Default Answered: Problem with #setData() on panel

    Answered: Problem with #setData() on panel


    When using #setData() or #updateData(), I get an error from the Sencha Touch library:

    Line 21907 of sencha-touch-all-debug.js:21097:
    return me.useEval ? me.evalTpl(code) : (new Function('Ext', code))(Ext);
    Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token )

    Here is an abbreviated version of where I am calling #setData():

    Code:
    Ext.define('Project.view.PanelView', {
        extend: 'Ext.Panel',
        alias: ['widget.apanelview'],
        config: {
            id: 'aPanelView',
            ui: 'light',
            tpl: new Ext.XTemplate( '<div>{blah}</div>' )
        },
        constructor: function( config ) {
            this.callParent( arguments );
        },
        loadRecord: function( json ) {
            this.setData( json );
        }
    });
    Unless I misunderstand the use of tpl / setData, I believe I am doing the right thing here. Also, would someone mind clarifying the difference between #setData() and #updateData() for me?

    My goal here is to do what #update() does on templates in ExtJS.

    Thanks,
    RS

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    Caused by a syntax error in XTemplate html. XTemplate lint should be done at some point.

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    Other ways to recreate:

    Setting #data: in panel config.
    Using #apply() or #applyTemplate() on a template.

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    Solved:

    Caused by a syntax error in XTemplate html. XTemplate lint should be done at some point.