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    Dynamically instantiate a class


    Hi,

    I use metagrid, where on double click I have to retrieve from server which form to display. The case is that I have to dynamically instantiate a Form from a retrieved string.

    I tried with:

    PHP Code:
    var className 'FormName';
    var 
    form = new className(); 
    but this does not work.
    How can I do it?

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    try new window[className];


    Code:
    myClass = function() {
        alert('myClass.constructor called!');
    }
    
    var someClassName = 'myClass';
    
    new window[someClassName]()

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    Thanks - I tried, but I had no success.

    See the following.

    PHP Code:
                        myClass = function() {
                            
    alert('myClass.constructor called!');
                        }
                        var 
    someClassName 'myClass';
                        new 
    window[someClassName]() // This works
                        
                        
    var win1 = new Ext.ux.PostBookWindow(); // this works !!!
                        
    var clazzName 'Ext.ux.PostBookWindow'// this does not work !!!
                        
    win = new window[clazzName](); 

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    No, because you don't have a class name called 'Ext.ux.PostBookWindow'.

    If you want to do dynamic classes, register xtypes for the class then use Ext.create().
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    Have a look at this question on StackOverflow...

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1...vascript-extjs

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkraut View Post
    Thanks - I tried, but I had no success.

    See the following.

    PHP Code:
                        myClass = function() {
                            
    alert('myClass.constructor called!');
                        }
                        var 
    someClassName 'myClass';
                        new 
    window[someClassName]() // This works
                        
                        
    var win1 = new Ext.ux.PostBookWindow(); // this works !!!
                        
    var clazzName 'Ext.ux.PostBookWindow'// this does not work !!!
                        
    win = new window[clazzName](); 

    Think about it.

    "." is significant in Javascript. The function is not referenced by a property in the window object named "Ext.ux.PostBookWindow"

    You have to access the property window["Ext"], and then subscript that with ["ux"], and subscript the result of that with "PostBookWindow".

    You will have to have a little function which splits the string on "." and walks down the namespace.

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    I think using an XType is much simpler, as Evan pointed out.

    you could use Ext.ComponentMgr.create({
    yourCustomXType
    });

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    Thanks guys. This solves a thing perfectly.

    Ext.ComponentMgr.create({
    yourCustomXType
    });

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