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    Hi All

    I have been going through the classes we have developed over the last few years and sharing back with the community some of them that I think will be useful to others. These components have been tested extensively in ext-3.2.1.

    Here is: Ext.ux.form.Message

    A form field that is not displayed but shows its value in an alert window

    Code:
    /**
     * @author Will Ferrer, Ethan Brooks
     * @copyright (c) 2012, Intellectual Property Private Equity Group
     *  @licensee 2012 developed under license for Switchsoft LLC  http://www.switchsoft.com a "Direct response telephony company" as part  of it's "VOIP Call distribution, ROI analysis platform, call recording,  and IVR for inbound and outbound sales" and Run the Business Systems LLC  a "Technology development investment group" as part of it's "PHP,  Javascript rapid application development framework and MySQL analysis  tools"
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    /*
    author: Will Ferrer
    date: 09/11/09
    */
    /**
     * @class Ext.ux.form.Message
     * @extends Ext.form.Hidden
     * A form field that is not displayed but shows its value in an alert window
     * @constructor
     * @param {Object} config The config object
     * @xtype ux-form-message
     */
    Ext.ns('Ext.ux.form');
    Ext.ux.form.Message = Ext.extend(Ext.form.Hidden, {
        // @private
        disabled : true,
        initComponent : function () {
            Ext.Msg.alert('Message', this.value);
            Ext.ux.form.Message.superclass.initComponent.call(this);
        }    
    });
    Ext.reg('ux-form-message', Ext.ux.form.Message);
    Best regards

    Will Ferrer (Run the Business)

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    Why is this a form field? Would think a plugin for the form would be better. And what happens if you have 2 or more of them?
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    Hi Mitchel


    We made this a form element because our forms contents are generated on the server side and displayed using our component Ext.ux.panel.RemoteInstantiateDirect. With some modifications to the back end however we could use a plugin for the same purpose. I did a quick test to see what would happen if there were 2 fields in the form and I see your point -- one alert would overwrite the other. I had expected it would result in 2 alerts.


    Thank you for the input.


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    Will Ferrer

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