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Thread: Extend one Ext.window.Window class from another, buttons configuration problem

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    Default Extend one Ext.window.Window class from another, buttons configuration problem

    Hi all, I have a problem with extends functionality

    I have two window view object. Edit and Add
    They are totally same so I extend Edit from Add window like this:
    Ext.define('AM.view.user.Add', {extend: 'Ext.window.Window',alias: 'widget.useradd',...
    Ext.define('AM.view.user.Edit', {extend: 'AM.view.user.Add',alias: 'widget.useredit',...
    They have two buttons (Save and Close) that are initialized in initComponent()
    I try to select and bind click event to useredit AND useradd save buttons in my controller like this:
    'useradd button[action=save]': {click: this.doCreateUser},
    'useredit button[action=save]': {click: this.updateUser}
    But when I click Save on useredit window, doCreateUser() called instead of updateUser()
    How can I fix it?
    Thank you and sorry about my bad English

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    Since the action is setup in useradd, that is used. The reference in the controller is not found, so it is jumping down to the based class. I would have a function called on your click event and then check your record for new/existing record and then redirect to add/edit function from there.


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    I dont know why but this configuration works
    'useredit button[action=save]': {click: this.updateUser},
    'useradd button[action=save]': {click: this.doCreateUser}

    As you can see, I change order of useredit and useradd configuration in controller, and it works!
    Is important which action bind first in these cases?

    Thank u

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