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    Default Unanswered: Retrieve XTemplate value

    Hello,

    In Sencha Touch 2.0 I have this inside config:{}

    Code:
    tpl: new Ext.XTemplate(
    '<div class="match-detail">',
    '<tpl for=".">',
    '<div>',
    '<div><h1>id: {id}</h1> from {league} - <i>{division}</i></div>',
    '</tpl>',
    
    '</div>'),

    I need to retrieve the value of {id} programatically and have it sent along with the values from the fieldset entries of a modal form when form.submit() is handled.

    The id in the JSON file It is written like this which is think is pretty much standard:

    Code:
    [
        { "id":"1" ... },
        { "id":"2" ... },
        { ... },
    
    ]
    1. What code/script should I use to retrieve the value of {id} programatically?
    2. POST the value of the id along with the rest of the field entries of the modal form?
    help please.

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    You can loop through the array of objects and get the object where the id is equal to what you need. Then you can include it as a param of the submit method on the form.
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