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Thread: Makes Ext components re-read its initialConfig?

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    Sencha Premium Member ethraza's Avatar
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    Question Makes Ext components re-read its initialConfig?

    If I have something like:

    localization_options = 'Options';

    id: 'myform',
    xtype: 'fieldset',
    title: localization_options,
    items: [{
    localization_options = 'Opes';

    Ext.getCmp('myform').reSet(config); <- Magic method goes here!!!

    And wold be better if the magic method cold be called after the component has been rendered.

    There is a way to make the components re-read their options or a better solution to make things dynamic?


    ps. I wold love JS to have the options to do like in PHP... (title: @localization_options)
    LAMPE (Linux / Apache / MySQL / PHP / ExtJs)

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    Sencha User VinylFox's Avatar
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    After the component has been created, you will need to use the appropriate setter/getter to make these types of changes.

    PHP Code:
    re-reading the config and updating the Component is not a realistic option.

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    Sencha Premium Member steffenk's Avatar
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    A component is built with an initial config. Then you have an object where you can't change private properties any longer.
    It's the same in php where you set internal values in constructor, but you can't call the constructor 2nd time with your instance.
    vg Steffen
    Release Manager of TYPO3 4.5

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