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    Default Answered: How to pass data from a view to a model.

    Hi,

    How can I pass the value of 1 txtfield and 1 passwordfield to my Model. I need those values to put in a url. (Sap Gateway)

    These are the relevant pieces of my code:

    Login.js (view)
    Code:
     var txtuser = {            
                xtype: 'textfield',
                label: 'User:',
                value: user,
                style: {
                    'font-family': "Tahoma",
                    "font-size": "24px"
                },
                name: 'field',
                width: "60%",
                margin: "0 0 0 40",
            };
            
            var txtpassword = {
                xtype: 'passwordfield',
                label: 'Password:',
                value: pwd,
                style: {
                    'font-family': "Tahoma",
                    "font-size": "24px"  
                },
                name: 'password-',
                width: "60%",
                margin: "20 20 20 40",
                
    
            };


    Activity.js (model)

    Code:
            proxy: {           
                // use the special sap_gateway proxy
                type: 'sap_gateway',
                url: "http://scvwis0046.dcsc.be:8010/sap/opu/odata/sap/Z_GW_WORKITEMS_CM_WR/z_gw_workitems_wrCollection?sap-user=" + username + "&sap-password=" + password
            }

    Thanks

  2. You won't be able to do it like that, that's just JavaScript saying you can't do that. You would have to set the url on the proxy using the setUrl method on the proxy.

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    You won't be able to do it like that, that's just JavaScript saying you can't do that. You would have to set the url on the proxy using the setUrl method on the proxy.
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    Thanks, it works!

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