Android :: Wrapping Content Of Table Row

Jul 24, 2010

I'm adding TableRow objects to my view dynamically based upon how many items are in a collection I've loaded. Everything loads fine and works nearly as expected. The one issue I'm having is that the text does not wrap if it's too long for the screen, but instead goes off the side...........

Android :: Wrapping content of Table Row

Android :: Deleting Entire Table In Content Provider?

Mar 16, 2010

Is it possible to delete all rows of a content provider's table with the content provider's delete() method? I see that you can delete a single row, and multiple rows, but if you supply no WHERE clause, will that be the same as deleting all rows?How can I accomplish leaving the table structure but emptying its contents using a content provider?

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Android : Get All Table Names Exposed By A Given Content Provider

Aug 9, 2009

The docs for ContentProvider ( topics/providers/content-providers.html) show the url format as: content://com.example.authority/table_name/13

I'm use the following code to find the authority for a particular 3rd- party content provider:


Is there a way I can then get all the table names that it contains?

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Android :: Setup Content Of A Column To Wrap In Table Layout?

Mar 2, 2010

I am trying out this table layout in which there are three columns, each column utilizing the maximum space as they could (using strechColumn tag). Now when a column gets content which is too long, then table layout jumps of the screen.

How can i set the content of a column to wrap, so that table layout dont jump off the screen.

here is the XML code for table layout i used...

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Android :: How To Return Non-table-oriented Data From A Content Provider

Mar 27, 2009

I'm writing a content provider that returns data about game sessions. This data comes from an SQLite table. However, the client that consumes it will also want summary data: total wins, current/best winning streak, and so on. I'm not sure which approach to use.

* Possible Approach 1: Do nothing, let the client calculate what it needs.

The client could step through the whole table and calculate statistics itself. However, it's inefficient to send the entire database over the content provider link if the client only wants the summaries; this may also be prone to bugs because each client has to reimplement the summary calculations.

* Possible Approach 2: Separate content URIs for summary data.

The client could ask for a URI like content://myapp/summary/totalwins and get back a text/plain stream containing the number of wins. This seems like a big hassle to implement on both ends, though. Or it could ask for a URI like content://myapp/summary and get back an XML stream containing all the summary data, but this isn't much simpler.

* Possible Approach 3: A phony table.

The client could ask for a URI like content://myapp/summary and get back a cursor over a single row, with each summary value having its own column. This would not be an SQLite cursor but a custom in-memory cursor. It seems a little unnatural to use a table metaphor when there's always exactly one row, though.

* Possible Approach 4: The extras bundle.

Cursor has a getExtras() method that returns a bundle. The client could make a request for the main URI, content://myapp/sessions, and then just look at the extras bundle instead of reading any rows. However, there's no setExtras() method, so I'm stuck with whatever bundle object SQLite puts in there - and if it's Bundle.EMPTY, I'm out of luck.

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Android :: List View Equivalent To IPhone Table Default Table Cell

Aug 13, 2010

Is there an equivalent view structure to the iPhone default table cell? The default table cell formats an image (icon) and text in a nice looking way. Are there suggested equivalents for Android? Is there a sample somewhere?

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Android : Dynamically Load Customized Table Cells In Table?

Aug 19, 2010

I want to create say 5 different types of cells in table along with identifiers and load them appropriately as per the given data depending upon the type?

Creating TableRow inside TableLayout seems to be one of the options but how to dynamically create the tableRows depending upon the type?

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Android :: Child Views Of Particular Table Row In Table Layout?

Jul 15, 2009

Here is my screen description: It is a TableLayout and it contains multiple Rows. I have set TableRow as clickable, as I want to go to next screen on click of a tableRow. Everything I am doing through Java programming (instead of XML layout, because number of TableRows changes each time) On next screen, I wanted to display all the views of that particular clicked TableRow. Here the problem i am facing is how to capture particular tableRow on onclick() even and how do I get all the textviews of that particular Row. I tried to set id at runtime, and tried to get id of view, but it's not working, giving error resourcenotfoundexception.

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Android :: Only First Table In Create Table Statement Being Created

May 28, 2010

The table "credentials" does show up in the adb shell.

I've checked logcat and it doesn't seem to report a problem...


I've been pouring over this and I bet its some silly syntax typo! Or, at least I hope it is something trivial.

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Android :: Adding Table Row By Inflating Does Not Take Table's Settings

Nov 4, 2010

I have a table layout with a few predefined rows in it. Each row has only two columns.

Now I need to dynamically add additional rows in it.

I have two problems:

1) When programmatically inflating, I cannot set the index of the newly created row (I want it in place 'n') 2) After inflation, the inserted (actually appended) row doesn't listen to parent table's stretch column property.

So here are my questions:

q1) Can I set the place where to insert the inflated row programatically ?

q2) Why doesn't the new row inflate properly (the second column is not shown because the first column doesn't contains a TextView with fill_parent.

In the end I need the first column to occupy 80% of the screen width, and the second column remaining 20%.

q3) is that doable with programmatic row insertions ?

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Android :: Dynamically Add Table Row To Table Layout

Jul 8, 2010

When a button is clicked, the following method is run:

public void createTableRow(View v) {
TableLayout tl = (TableLayout) findViewById(;
TableRow tr = new TableRow(this);
LayoutParams lp = new LayoutParams(LayoutParams.FILL_PARENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT);
TextView tvLeft = new TextView(this);
tvLeft.setLayoutParams(lp);...................... is an xml TableLayout. I can see from debugging that the method is being accessed, but nothing is drawn to the screen. What gives? Do I need to reset the Content View somehow?

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Android :: OpenGL Texture Wrapping Flickers?

Jul 6, 2010

I'm drawing 5 rectangles with OpenGL. They are texture mapped, and use the following parameters/binding:


When I start the activity, the shapes all flash as if the textures were supposed to wrap (ie, i see more than one texture per shape), then the screen quickly corrects itself. Is there some manual buffering I'm supposed to do while the textures get mapped and unwrapped?

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Android : Does Wrapping Horizontal List View Possible?

Jan 7, 2010

I'm attempting to create a list view that shows clickable items that wrap horizontally much like the To/From/CC/BCC fields in OS X and the iPhone's Mail programs or like the TO field in Facebook's messages (really like most mail programs). My questions are: 1. Is there a way to do this with a ListView? Everything I've seen and experimented with is either horizontal scrolling or vertically stacking, but not horizontal wrapping. If there's a way, would you point me in the right direction as far as first steps to take to implement it? 2. Is anyone aware of an existing app with available source that has a view like this that I could look at as an example? The Google Mail/SMS apps just have single strings that are not clickable for those fields.

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Android : How To Create A Wrapping Horizontal List

Jan 8, 2010

I'm attempting to create a list view in Android that shows clickable items that wrap horizontally much like the "To" field in the OS X and iPhone's Mail programs. They have a horizontal list of names that wrap vertically and each name is a separate object, the list is not just a single string. My questions are: Is there a way to do this with a ListView or some other type of AdapterView? Everything I've seen and experimented with is either horizontal scrolling or vertically stacking, but not horizontal wrapping. Are you aware of an existing app with available source that has a view like this that I could look at as an example? The Google Mail/SMS apps just has a single string in the too field that isn't clickable.

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Android :: Linear Layout Horizontal With Wrapping Child Controls

Jun 2, 2010

Is there a property to set for Android's LinearLayout that will enable it to properly wrap child controls? Meaning - I have changeable number of children and would like to layout them horizontally like:
Example: Control1, Control2, Control3, ...

I do that by setting:
foreach (Child c in children) ll.addView(c);

However, if I have large number of children, last one gets cuts off, instead of going to next line.

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HTC Desire :: Hating Browser Txt Wrapping

Oct 26, 2010

Is there any way i can stop this? bytheway what im talking about is the txt wrapping when you pinch to zoom, its soo annoying because the page jiggs to the left or right as it changes the text orientation. personally i prefer the iphone method. Is there any browsers out there that i can download that dont have this orientation?

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General :: How To Enable Text Wrapping In CM7

Feb 23, 2012

How do i enable text wrap when surfing the net on cm7?

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Android :: Switching Content Providers For Same Content URI

Aug 12, 2009

This may seem like a stupid question but I need to be sure. I was wondering if it was possible to pro-grammatically change the Content Provider used when making a query given a Content URI. The reason being I need to know if it's possible to force the Calendar/Contacts applications to read from a different database via a different Content Provider temporarily while my application is running, so that I can reuse those applications to display my own data. Since the Content URI s are hard coded in each of these applications the only way it might be possible is if we could somehow temporarily change the Content Provider used for a given URI. I know this probably isn't possible, I just need to show it isn't. Could someone confirm this can't be done?

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Android : Content Provider - No Link Between Content Provider And Its CONTENT_URI Declared In Another Class

Mar 1, 2010

I am having a hard time understanding content providers. In the notepad example and others, the content provider never even declares its CONTENT_URI anywhere inside itself, yet the docs say to publicly declare this. It's declared in a different class. So when an activity queries a content provider with a CONTENT_URI, how does Android know which one I want. I see no link between a content provider and its CONTENT_URI declared in another class.

I also don't how to think about intents and content providers. I know that you don't call an intent on a content provider. But an activity queries a content provider without an intent, and an activity has a mimetype attribute in the manifest that would seem to tie it to a content provider.

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Android :: Custom Content Provider Like Contact Content Provider?

Mar 11, 2010

how can i create a custom content provider like contact content provider? i know how to create custom content providers but i want to integarte to device such a way that it canbe accessed by all application installed in that device.

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Android :: Trying Use <include /> Within Table Row

May 6, 2009

I have a problem trying use <include /> within a table row. Any android:xxxx atributes applied to the widget within the include are ignored. Here's is a test I put together. The two buttons outside the table layout render correctly(adjusted width and height), the one's inside do not. Strangely, the custom TwoStateButton:xxxxx attributes are rendered correctly in both cases. ............

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Android :: Get All Table Row's In TableLayout

Jul 25, 2010

how to get all TableRow's in a TableLayout. I already know how to add and delete rows dynamically, but I need to loop over all the rows and selectively delete some of them. I think I can come up with a work around, but I'm trying to avoid crude hacks in my app.

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Android :: Two Column Table

Jul 29, 2010

I'm not big into UI programming so this may be an easy thing I overlooked. I am trying have a screen that shows 8 TextView in a 2 column x 4 row table. And, of course, I want the TextViews, that might have different lengths, to be centered. I tried this in a table layout, for obvious reasons but I feel like this is not the way to do it because it doesn't have much control where I put everything once it is in a row. Should I be using a different combinations of layouts or is there something I overlooked.

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Android :: No Such Table Exception?

Oct 30, 2010

I have next stuff:


As i see in debug mode db.execSql proceeds w/o any exceptions, but then in this code:


Is triggered by exception with message like 'There is no table with name "Preferences"'

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Android :: How To Display A Table

Nov 17, 2010

I want to display a table in my application, it should contain name, phone no, email as the column names and the table has many rows. After that I want to capture each item on the onClick listener, please help
as I am new to this development. I was stopped here, I have implemented a table but unable to capture each item click. Please help with example code.

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How To Update Content Of Edittext On Third Row After Edit Content Of Edittext In First Row

Jun 20, 2012

i have a listview (i use a custom adapter) with 10 rows and each row has edittext how will i update the content of edittext on the third row after i edit the content of edittext in the first row.

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Android :: How To Check Sql Table Exist Or Not?

Apr 16, 2009

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Android :: How To Know Whether Table Already Exist In Database?

May 31, 2009

Before I create a table, how can I know whether the table already exist in database? How to query?

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Android :: Table Row Heights Getting Blown Out

Nov 11, 2010

I have a TableLayout with 3 TableRows, each TableRow has 3 ImageViews. Each ImageView has fitCenter for Scale type, and a weight and width per this stackoverflow answer. Now all the images scale to fit into the row, but each row is way taller then it needs to be. Here's an excerpt of the xml:

<TableLayout android:id="@+id/TableLayout01"
<TableRow android:id="@+id/TableRow01".............

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Android :: Create Table Row Programmatically

Nov 1, 2010

I'm trying to create table row and place 3 elements: EditText - EditText - ImageButton as following:................

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