Dynamic IntentFilters

by Jonathan Herriott » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 21:49:10 GMT


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 So, I have an instance where I want applications to be able to
dynamically specify what subset of data objects in my ContentProvider
they want to receive intents for.  The issue is that since it isn't
known at compile-time, I want them to be able to specify at runtime,
so I can query for the activities that implement the intent filter for
a specific data object and display that list.  I know Android allows
dynamically registering Receivers, so would it be possible to allow
dynamically registering Activities for specific IntentFilters in the
framework?  Is this too much of a security issue to allow?
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Dynamic IntentFilters

by Dianne Hackborn » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 21:57:48 GMT


 Currently the contents of a manifest are static, and you can't change these
(even receivers) at runtime.  Receivers are a little bit of a special case
because you can dynamically register additional receivers while your app is
running -- but these only exist while your app is running, and are
completely independent of the receivers in the manifest (and work a little
differently from them, too).






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