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    I have the following container:
    Code:
    Ext.define("NormaMob.view.panel_mpi", {    extend: "Ext.Container",
        alias: "widget.panel_mpi",
    
    
        config: {
            ui: 'dark',
            height: 42,
            layout: {
                type: 'vbox'
            },
        },
    
    
        initialize: function () {
            
            var ptName = Ext.create('Ext.field.Text', {
                label: 'Naam:',
                name: 'namestring'
            });
            
            var ptID = Ext.create('Ext.field.Text', {
                label: 'Patiƫntnummer:',
                name: 'patientnumber'
            });
    
    
            var generalPatientData = Ext.create('Ext.form.FieldSet', {
                title: 'Patiƫntgegevens',
                defaults: {
                    labelWidth: '25%'
                },
                items: [
                    ptName,
                    ptID
                ]
            });
            
            
            this.add(generalPatientData);
            this.callParent(arguments);
    
    
            this.Update = function (context) {
                console.log('update MPI');
                generalPatientData.setRecord(context);
                //this.setData(context);
            };
    
    
            //Add the patientcontroller to the list of observers
            var ptManager = new patientmanager();
            ptManager.addObserver(this);
    
    
            console.log("panel_mpi intialized");
        }
    });
    When the Update function is called the context parameter contains a valid JSON object.
    snapshot.PNG

    Both the textfields won't show the data. What am I missing here? Please advise.
    Thank you

  2. setRecord wants a record not an object, if you are just going to have an object, use setValues instead.

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    setRecord wants a record not an object, if you are just going to have an object, use setValues instead.
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