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  • How to destroy embedded ux component?

    how to destroy embedded ux component?

    example:
    one ux component have many embedded ux component
    when i open one embedded ux component, after i go another embedded ux component
    the first embedded ux component still at back , how to clean the memory?

  • #2
    Re: How to destroy embedded ux component?

    Hi Chilli

    The embedded ux needs an alias; Then you can get a pointer to this child.

    Wei_Child.jpg


    With a pointer to the child you can use methods on the child.
    http://www.ajaxvideotutorials.com/V1...AndChild_1.swf and 2

    Alpha has many methods

    {dialog.Object}.synchronizeEmbeddedUX(UX_EmbeddedUXAlias);
    {dialog.Object}.resetForm();
    {dialog.Object}.getWindow(windowName);
    <windowObject>.hide();

    Watch these videos they will help you understand.
    Download the components and look at the code.

    If you play with it, it helps you understand.

    Use alert("Mymessage")
    component
    http://www.ajaxvideotutorials.com/V1.../UX_MASTER.zip
    http://www.ajaxvideotutorials.com/V1..._refresh_1.swf and 2

    Michael

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    • #3
      Re: How to destroy embedded ux component?

      Hi Michael,
      I have a Index UX which contains many Embedded UX components.
      When I switch between UXs I found it getting slower n slower.
      Thats why I wandering weather we can unload the opened Embedded UX, so that we can maintain less memory.
      P.S. I am using UX in Panel form.

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      • #4
        Re: How to destroy embedded ux component?

        There are a couple of new functions that allow you to call the grid rather than embed multiple grids.

        I will have a look if I get time. I am going to Hong Kong and travelling until Sunday.

        This may be worth watching

        http://www.ajaxvideotutorials.com/V1...mComponent.swf


        http://alphasoftware.net/continuous-...lpha-anywhere/

        Search for Example App Showing How to Synchronize an Embedded UX Component when a Value in a Parent UX Component Changes

        I hope this helps

        Michael

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