Android :: How To Force Meta-data Value To Type String?

Jan 28, 2010

Since the type is determined automatically by the build system ( booleans, ints, floats and strings ) i wondered if there is any way to force the datatype to string.I tried adding a space at the end ( "5555555555 "), but then the value gets interpreted as 5.5555553E9 float! ).I also tried using getString instead of get, but then null is returned.

Android :: How to force meta-data value to type string?


Android :: Unable To Convert Document Data Type To String / Way To Do

Jun 4, 2010

I've already created XML using DOM in Android. Now I have a problem converting my Document data to String since transform factor is not available in Android. I need to FileOutputStream the Strings that came from the Document.

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Android :: Read Value Of Meta-data Tag?

Jul 2, 2010

I would like to put the following tag in the manifest file. code...

The question is, how i can read the value of the meta-data tag (myname)?

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Android :: How To Change Manifest Meta-data From Code?

Jul 4, 2010

I have a app that uses ads. The ad id is set in the manifest id with a meta-data tag. I want to change this tag when i start the app in some cases (diferent id for some localisations) Can i do this in code?

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Android :: How To Convert Binary String Data Into String?

Aug 4, 2010

Can anybody give me some clue that how to convert binary string into a string(english). I have tried and googled so much but couldn't find an answer.

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Android :: Droid String.xml Error For Every Character I Type / What To Do?

Aug 8, 2010

I am going through the android hello world tutorial, and have been stuck when trying to create an XML UI. For some reason, even on a new program, in which I have made no changes to the default build, it gives the error java.lang.NullPointerException after every character I type. I can't figure out why it is doing this, as I am just trying to edit the text between the Text I want to set it to say something other than what is set by default. However, even with a fresh build, no changes, and I just try to change the text within the xml tags, it still gives the error. What do I need to do to allow it to let me type? I am using the eclips IDE and the android sdk. I was able to do the first part of the tutorial that doesn't involve XML.

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Android :: Resolution - Method GetText() Undefined For Type String

Apr 23, 2009

I'm a new android developper and I have problem with my database. In fact, I have done: private EditText name; private EditText number; private void saveState() {String name = name.getText().toString(); String number = number.getText().toString(); I have this message:" The method getText() is undefined for the type String"

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Motorola Droid :: Force Closing - Type In Text - Hang Up

Dec 1, 2009

It seems to REALLY "hang up" sometimes. Like I try touching to type in text, and it will take FOREVER sometimes to pull up the virtual keyboard. And multiple touches at times. Other than that, it's force closing my apps a LOT. iMusic, Messaging, Facebook... all force close regular. Tried removing apps, no change.

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HTC Droid Eris :: Since Ota Update It Let Me Type But Not Swype / Weather App Force Closes - Fix These?

May 18, 2010

I am having two problems since the OTA update. I am sure these have already been answered, but I am having trouble finding them. My first problem is that my swype is not working right anymore. It will let me type, but it will not let me swype. It says that this was configured for a previous version or something. My second problem is that my weather app force closes all the time. Is there I fix for that also?

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Android :: Get Original String Data?

Apr 8, 2009

I am doing a small example which parses the .xml file and displays it.

The problem is, I am unable to parse properly. some characters are not displaying properly.

for example, there's is displaying as theres.

I am using dom parser.

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Android :: Convert Binary Data (ISO-8859-1) To String?

Oct 6, 2010

I have created an android app. It sends a data message on a port for communicating with the same app on some other phone. While sending the message, i have encoded it into binary data using ISO8859_1 encoding.

byte[] b1=payload.getbytes();

I am able to receive the data message at the receiving end. But the problem is that after receving it in binary format , My app needs to decode the message back to string or human read-able format. But i am not able to do the same.

I have tried to convert it into String using 'toString()' but string contains binary character .

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Android :: Can AIDL Really Support The Map - The Data Type

Aug 10, 2010

I am curious about the data types that AIDL can support.

The document ( http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/tools/aidl.html ) says, AIDL can support String, List, Map, etc. But to me, the Map seems that it is not the member of them.

Here is my code.......................

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Android :: String Comparison With Text In EditText With Online Data

Apr 16, 2009

I'm trying to use the code below to connect to an online source, then compare the data as it is read line by line against what is typed in an EditText field before displaying the next page. At the moment when I run it and press the "Sign In" button nothing happens. The problem seems to be with the comparison of the data.

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Android :: Sending Data To HTTP Servlet And Receiving String

Dec 30, 2009

This is the servlet code in java ME.

protected void doGet(HttpServletRequest request,
HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException {
PrintWriter out = response.getWriter();
ArrayList<String> listName = new ArrayList<String>();
ArrayList<Integer> listLongitude = new ArrayList<Integer>();
ArrayList<Integer> listLatitude = new ArrayList<Integer>();
String sLongitude = (String) request.getParameter("x");
String sLatitude = (String) request.getParameter("y");
String path, list, scount; Integer numLong = null;
Integer numLati = null; Connection con = null; String slanje = "";
int limitLeft, limitRight, limitUp, limitDown, icount = 0;
if (sLongitude != null && sLatitude != null) {
try { numLong = Integer.valueOf(sLongitude);
numLati = Integer.valueOf(sLatitude); } catch(Exception ex) {}
} try{ Class.forName("org.apache.derby.jdbc.ClientDriver");
con = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:derby://localhost:1527/bazaprojekt", "projekt2009", "midlet"); limitLeft = numLong - 8; limitRight = numLong + 8; limitUp = numLati + 8; ...

How do I send x and y to servlet and receive some string in Android?

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Android :: Convert InputStream To String With Encoding Given In Stream Data?

May 20, 2010

My input is a InputStream which contains an XML document. Encoding used in XML is unknown and it is defined in the first line of XML document.
From this InputStream, I want to have all document in a String.

To do this, I use a BufferedInputStream to mark the beginning of the file and start reading first line. I read this first line to get encoding and then I use an InputStreamReader to generate a String with the correct encoding.

It seems that it is not the best way to achieve this goal because it produces an OutOfMemory error.

Any idea, how to do it ? code...

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Android :: Determining Data Type Of Column In SQLite

Jun 23, 2010

I'm working on an Android App where the user has different options for sorting the displayed data that comes from the database. Currently my orderBy string that I pass to Androids query() method looks like this:

"LOWER("+columnName+") ASC"

The problem with this is that if the data type in the column specified by columnName is integer, calling LOWER() on it will cause it to be sorted alphabetically, i.e. based only on the leftmost digit, which of course doesn't make any sense for numeric data. Hence I only want to apply LOWER() if the data type of the column is not integer. What I have in mind is a statement like this:

"CASE WHEN [data type of columnName is integer] THEN "+columnName+" ASC ELSE LOWER("+columName+") ASC END"

The part in the brackets is what I don't know how to do. Does SQLite provide a function to determine a column's data type?

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Android :: Register Data Type For An Activity Dynamically And Programatically?

Nov 9, 2010

I have a use case in my application, where after certain point, I need to associate an data with an activity. So whenever an intent with an action and the data type is fired, my activity can be opened. I know that it is possible to associate a data type with an activity statically via AndroidManifest.xml.

Is it possible to register the data type for an activity dynamically and programatically?

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Android : Type Of List To Store Multiple Data Types

Dec 15, 2009

So my problem is that I've written a function that takes two Doubles, two Int, and a Calendar object on Android (Java). I believe the class provided to allow it to run in a separate thread, AsyncTask, accepts only one type of Object (but allows multiple) as an argument so I figured I might be able to put it in a List or a Linked List or something. Is there such a type that allows multiple data types like that (Double, Double, Int, Int, Calendar), or would I have to create my own object class? I'm a novice programmer so less complicated is probably better, but I'm interested in the best solution as well. What the function does is take a location (double latitude, double longitude), a couple options as integers, and a Calendar Object. It takes the location, options, and date then returns a Time object of the sunrise (or sunset, depending on the options) for that location. and I understand it would probably be best to create a special object class and just pass that, or override the background thread class, but I'm pretty new to object-oriented programming so the less overhead the better (for now). (Update) After a lot of work, it ended up being easier making a data-type class and just using that. The right way turned out to be easier in the end. Who'd a thought.

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Android : ID Of Apps And Meta Information?

Oct 9, 2009

Do applications have an identifier, that is unique in the market store? And is is possible to query any meta information from the market store about applications, e.g. title and description?

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Android :: Any Tools To Convert Iphone Localized String File To String

Jun 29, 2010

I have the localized strings file that is used in the Iphone app that I work on to port to Android. Are there any tools that go through the file taken from the xcode project and build the xml needed to use the strings in android? This tool should be easy to build but I appreciate any pointers to already working tools.

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Android :: Send Data (String) From Activity To Service In Android?

Feb 15, 2010

Usually, I putExtra inside an Intent to transfer stuff between Activities. But it seems like I can't do this with a Service? Bundle extras = getIntent().getExtras(); That doesn't work for a android Service. How do I send a string from an Activity to a Service then?

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Android :: Browser Display - G1 And G2 Phone Without Meta Tag

Jun 22, 2010

I have the mobile page displayed fine in iPhone with the meta element set. It also work fine in HTC G1 and G2 phone without the above meta tag. However, it is totally screwed up when displayed on the HTC Droid phone such as Motorola Droid. Does anyone know that what parameters I should set to display it properly? I have the background image with 320X480 which is the exact size of device resolution (320X480).

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Android :: Java Datetime Values From String To Long To String

Oct 1, 2010

In Android, capturing date from datepicker and storing as string in sqlite. Sorting by date doesn't work because they're strings (unless I'm doing it wrong.I've googled this issue for ~5 days, and it looks like there should be a way to capture the date from the date picker, convert it to a Long, store it in sqlite as a Long, select and sort on the Long date value, then convert the Long back to a "mm/dd/yyyy" string for display. I've tried various combinations of parse statements, Date, FormatDate, etc. with no luck at all.On activity start, get today's date and display it in button which calls the datepicker.Capture new date from datepicker (if one is entered), save it as a long to sqlite.On opening an activity showing a listview of records, select from sqlite with orderby on date (Long), convert Long to "mm/dd/yyyy" string for display in ListView.

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Android :: Access The String Values Of String Resources Statically

May 5, 2009

If there's anyway way I to access the String values of String resources statically? e.g. a static equivalent of Context.getString(...)?

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General :: Abootimg Error - Value Too Large For Defined Data Type

May 3, 2013

I'm trying use abootimg to extract the bootimg.cfg file but it keeps giving me the error:

Code:
~/Projects/dualboot_bt_android/BT5-GNOME-ARM$ abootimg -x data.img bootimg.cfg
data.img: Value too large for defined data type

I think I'm getting this because the data.img is 4.9 gbs in size, but I don't know how to resize the it...

Can't believe I overlooked it. I tried to extract it from the data.img instead of the boot.img like I was supposed to. No wonder it didn't work.

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Android :: How To Force Data Synchronization From Own Program?

Nov 10, 2010

How to force data synchronization (calendar, contacts) from own program? The internet connectivity is not stable, so when a WiFi connection occurs, I want to force the sync. I've googled sth about synchronization manager, but there is not much info how to use it.

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Android :: Reference String In String Array Resource With Xml

Nov 12, 2010

I have preferences where you can enable/disable what items will show up on the menu. There are 17 items. I made a string array in values/arrays.xml with titles for each of these 17 items.

I have preferences.xml which has the layout for my preferences file, and I would like to reference a single item from the string array to use as the title.

In the Android developer reference, I see how I can reference a single string with XML, but now how I can reference a string from an array resource in XML.

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Android :: Copy String From EditText Into String Variable

Jul 27, 2010

I have a class that creates a view to gather data via a function getView() that provides a view with an EditText.This class has also has variable answer.When the user chances the EditText I want to store the content of the EditText in answer.If I would use an onKeyListener I fear that the answer will probably get stored before the last letter is entered.Is there a good way to handle this in the getView() function via some other listener?

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Android :: Force Deletion Of User Data On App Upgrade

Apr 13, 2010

I want to force the User Data to be deleted on Application upgrade (to delete internal database).How can I do that?

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Android :: Put Key Words / Meta Tags On App When Publishing To Droid Market?

Aug 29, 2010

I do not see a means to put key words or meta tags on an app when publishing it to the android market. Is there a way to do this? Such that if one builds an app for the physical therapy industry a PT an search PT. The current search only seems to search the app title.

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