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    I've checked out dozens of posts (I know animal has linked several to his replies), but I just cannot get this to work. I've spent atleast 6 hours on this and I'm almost about to give-up :-(

    I have created a formpanel using an x-type. I've attached a reader and a couple of buttons and a few fields. Forms: loads data and renders it no probs. However, when I try and save the data get submit not defined. It's probable something very simple.
    ERROR: Ext.getCmp("my-details").submit is not a function

    HTML Code:
    var sf = {
    	 	title: 'My details',
    	 	closable: true,
    		id: 'my-details',
    	 	xtype: 'form',
    	 	defaultType: 'textfield',
    	 	bodyStyle:'padding:5px',
    		reader: memberReader,
    	 	items: personalDetails,
    	 	buttons: [{
     			text: 'Load',
    			handler: function (){
    				Ext.getCmp('my-details').load({url:'member_action.php?action=getMember', waitMsg:'Loading'});
    			}
     		}, {
    		
    			text: 'Save',
    			handler: function(){
    				Ext.getCmp('my-details').submit({
    					url: 'member_action.php?action=update',
    					failure: function(pd, action){
    						Ext.MessageBox.alert('Failed: ');
    					},
    					success: function(pd, action){
    						Ext.MessageBox.alert('Success: ');
    						
    					},
    					
    					waitMsg: 'Saving Data...'
    				});
    			}
    		}
    		]
     	 };
    Last edited by mark_l_lewis; 27 Jan 2008 at 2:16 PM. Reason: solved it forgot to put.getForm() in!

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    FormPanel contains an instance of BasicForm. Retrieve the underlying BasicForm instance with getForm()

    Code:
     Ext.getCmp("my-details").getForm().submit();
    Aaron Conran
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    Thanks Aaron. Works now.

    This stuff is very powerful, and once you get your head around it makes total sense. Just need to look at things differently

    Thanks again!

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    Ext.getCmp(PC.Form).getForm().findField(a).setValue(c); doesnt work...

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