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    Default Error Message: Ext.Msg is undefined

    I am unable to use Ext.Msg inside the controller class. Tried out adding requires : ['Ext.Window.MessageBox'] but still doesn't work. I'm just starting off to use Extjs 4.0. Please let me know what am I missing

    Code:
    Ext.define('Ads.controller.LeftMenu', {
        extend: 'Ext.app.Controller',
    	//requires: ['Ext.Window.MessageBox'],
    	views: ['Viewport'],
        init: function() {
    		console.log('LeftMenu init called');
    		this.control({
            	'menu': {
                	click: this.onLeftMenuClick
            	}
        	});
        },
    	
    	onLeftMenuClick : function( menu, item, eventObj, eOpts ){
    		//Ext.Msg.alert(item.text, item.text);
    		Ext.Msg.alert('Hello', 'Hello');
    		//alert('hello');
    	}
    });

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    Code:
    requires: ['Ext.Window.MessageBox']
    should be

    Code:
    requires: ['Ext.window.MessageBox']
    Ext.Window is wrong, Ext.window is correct.
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    I don't think you actually need to specifically write the requires: config. I can create messageBoxes without it.

    Is your ComponentQuery for that "menu" item correct? Are u correctly referring to it ? Maybe you're not referring it correctly, that's why when u click it its not alerting anything. (because the control is not registered)

    Try a simple thing first:

    Code:
    onLeftMenuClick : function(){
           alert ("Hahahaha!");
    }
    If u see the alert then your componentquery is correct...

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    You do need it as it's not in ext.js. Some other classes may require it that you are using. Ext.Msg won't be created until it Ext.window.MessageBox is dynamically loaded.
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