Android :: Android AsyncTask Testing With Android Test Framework

Feb 23, 2010

I have a very simple AsyncTask implementation example and have problem to test it using Android JUnit framework. It works just fine when I instantiate and execute it in normal application. However when it's executed from any of Android Testing framework classes (i.e. AndroidTestCase, ActivityUnitTestCase, ActivityInstrumentationTestCase2 etc) it behaves sarngely:

- It executes doInBackground() method correctly
- However it doesn't invokes any of its notification methods (onPostExecute(), onProgressUpdate(), etc) --
just silently ignores them whitout showing any errors. This is very simple AsyncTask example................................

Android :: Android AsyncTask testing with Android Test Framework


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Aug 4, 2010

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Jul 28, 2010

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CODE:...........

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Aug 23, 2009

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Android :: Android And Junit Reports Test Run Failed - No Test Results

Jul 16, 2010

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Aug 11, 2010

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stdout INSTRUMENTATION_STATUS: current=2
stdout INSTRUMENTATION_STATUS: class=com.mycompany.myproject.test.SimpleTestCaseExample
stdout INSTRUMENTATION_STATUS: stream=
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stdout INSTRUMENTATION_STATUS: id=InstrumentationTestRunner
stdout INSTRUMENTATION_STATUS: current=2
stdout INSTRUMENTATION_STATUS: class=com.mycompany.myproject.test.SimpleTestCaseExample
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stdout INSTRUMENTATION_STATUS: test=testAndroidTestCaseSetupProperly
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stdout INSTRUMENTATION_RESULT: stream=
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Nov 9, 2010

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Apr 6, 2010

I am working on a simple application (studying purposes) which list all the files from a selected folder. On top of that I would like to have a search feature where the user can search for files (the code for that is already in place). Now, I was thinking about having the search running in the background somehow, whilst the user can still navigate, create folders, copy, sort and do other stuffs normally. When the search finishes the user would get a notification and then could click on it and go to that activity (It ideally should be the same ListView I already use for browsing the files, I would just need to update the Adapter there with the latest processed data after clicking in the notification). What's the best answer for that? Threading or AsyncTask?

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Dec 27, 2009

Can anyone point me to a good example where a AsyncTask queries a local SQLite database and then updates the UI successfully. I have a database which I query using doInBackground... create a new custom SimpleCursorAdapter (overriding onViewBind), return the adapter (SimpleCursorAdapter), then in postExecute() create ListView adapter which is set to the the SimpleCursorAdapter, that was returned, then I set the listview adapter using SetAdapter(adapter);...

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Android :: AsyncTask On A Button

Jul 15, 2009

My application parse an xml file dans display data in a list view. On start of application i load data using an AsyncTask. A Progress Dialog is display during the load. This part works fine.A button in the application make it possible to reload the data. I would like to run the AsyncTask but the sytem say i can't alter view in other thread. I have also read an AsyncTask can't be run another time So i would like to know what is the best way to do this and not to have the "application not responding" message.

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Aug 9, 2010

I know this is not how an async task should behave but my question is how to "block" the user while executing it.My need is the following: I have my own backup/restore process and I have an async task to run these two actions. The backup is fine, I can warn the user when the backup is done and that's just fine But my problem is about the restore process. When the user click on restore he shouldn't be able to make any change in the application (and anyway don't want to because he would lose all his changes).I understand that having the user blocked while restoring (or maybe with a progress bar) is not a best pratice but I do not see any other possibility in this context.

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Apr 9, 2010

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Jul 5, 2010

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Sep 20, 2010

I'm running a network service within an ASyncTask. I want to be able to time the task, and after a certain period of time interrupt it.Is there a simple way to do this? Basically, when the doInBackground() methods starts, I want to say "If it hasn't completed in 30 seconds, do something else".

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Jul 29, 2009

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Mar 13, 2010

while debugging and app that uses AsyncTask to record audio and update UI I noticed that everytime that an AsyncTask object ends running (finishes doInBackground and onPostExecute or on Cancelled its thread stays alive (running status).At least for me that should not be the behavior of the class since the doInBackground task may not stay running forever (as an example the android manual says that a status bar should be updated by an asynctask, and it wont last for the whole app running time).Is there anything Im missing, as a method to destroy it, or should I just ignore and keep creating threads as I need and the VM will handle them as it needs resources?

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Android :: AsyncTask Not Generic

Jul 18, 2010

When I try to compile to following code, I get two errors:

Description Resource Path Location Type
Syntax error on token "void", invalid Expression AsyncTask.java /AsyncTask Project/src/org/me/asynctask line 19 Java Problem

Description Resource Path Location Type
The type AsyncTask is not generic; it cannot be parameterized with arguments AsyncTask.java /AsyncTask Project/src/org/me/asynctask line 25 Java Problem

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Obviously AsyncTask IS a generic (http://developer.android.com/reference/android/os/AsyncTask.html#execute so why do i get those errors?

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Jan 7, 2010

In order to get XML data from a server repeatedly, I'm attempting to use AsyncTask and Timer as per Mark Murphy's suggestion. I get the following error:01-07 16:11:26.705: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(729): Caused by: java.lang.Runtime Exception: Can't create handler inside thread that has not called Looper.prepare()I'm using SDK 1.5 with Eclipse on Windows.I've looked in documentation, on StackOverflow and in the Android Developers group, but I'm not clear what's causing the error or how to fix it.I can get the data once - i.e. without Async and Timer - and parse it via SAX without problems.s: I'm quite new to Android.

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Apr 10, 2010

My program was going wonderfully. It is a search engine that connects to our back end database by sending Get requests to our server and displays the results. I've managed to get it to query my server and back end database, return results using JSON, return the first headers and pour them into a ListView widget in the main activity. Then when the user clicks on one of the headers it then sends another query from a sub-activity. It then parse those results and format them neatly into a WebView embedded into the sub-activity.

All this works perfectly. That is until I come to make a second query on the main activity. Listed below is my stack trace of where the error happens. I think I know why this is happening, but obviously not clearly understanding it.

I think it is because I am trying to call AsyncTask again. I remember reading that the AT can only be called once, but I presumed quite wrongly that this meant you can not do concurrent calls. I thought that once an AT had done it's task it was cleared and then could be called again, but this does not seem to be the case. Is it because of AT attempts at more than one call ? If so, would I be better changing that section into a Handler with a Runnable on the main activity?

-----Stack Trace----

CODE:.....................

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