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TextInput box and Data provider

TextInput box and Data provider

TextInput box and Data provider

I have Text input box for the user to enter the heading for a new record in NewRecord form.
<mx:TextInput text="Enter Subject Here"/>
and then it is saved in the Database...
I have another form called ChangeRecord so that the user can change the heading or Subject..
How do i populate the name already in DB in the TextInput Box above... There is no dataProvider pram in TextInput...
I have the following:


[Bindable] public var NR:ArrayCollection;
private function resultNR(event:ResultEvent):void{

<mx:TextInput text="Enter Subject Here"/>

Any help is appreciated.  

RE: TextInput box and Data provider

You might want to use something like this:


[Bindable] private var textVal:String = "Hello";

<mx:TextInput text="{textVal}" />

of course, you will need to have perhaps a method that will dynamically change textVal's value.



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