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Thread: Override Proxy's url, how to get original url value?

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    Question Unanswered: Override Proxy's url, how to get original url value?

    I'm using Designer.
    I need to toggle easily between "http://localhost:8888" and "" for all proxies urls.
    So I set all proxies url to relatives values eg. "/api/products" and override the proxies urls to prefix
    the url with "http://localhost:8888" or ""

    So in Designer, I click "Create Override" and enter this code:

    Ext.define('', {
        requires: ''
    }, function() {
        Ext.override(, {
            config: {
                proxy: {
                    // would give ""....
                    url: + <ORIGINAL_PROXY_URL_VALUE>
    The problem I have is I don't know how to get the original value ( "<ORIGINAL_PROXY_URL_VALUE>" here) of the proxy url, ie. "/api/products" to append it.

    How can I get that?

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    I would setup a config class and set the base url on it. Then in your proxies refer to this property.
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