problem accessing run( ) in android

by Rahul » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 18:59:01 GMT


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 i i have a problem accessing run() method in my program. The rum
method is not getting focus at all. The Log message that is present
outside the loop is getting displayed and i am getting a blank screen
with preset background.Here's the code...


public class MusicListActivity extends Activity {
List<HashMap<String, String>> songNodeDet = new
ArrayList<HashMap<String,String>>();
HashMap<?,?>[] songNodeWeb;
XMLRPCClient client;
String logInSess;
ArrayList<String> paths=new ArrayList<String>();
public ListAdapter adapter ;
Object[] websongListObject;
List<SongsList> SongsList=new ArrayList<SongsList>();
Runnable r;
ProgressDialog p;
ListView lv;

@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle si){
super.onCreate(si);

setContentView(R.layout.openadiuofile);
lv=(ListView)findViewById(R.id.list1);
r=new Runnable(){

public void run(){
try{

getSongs();
list();
Log.d("handler","handler");
removeDialog(0);
p.dismiss();


} catch (MalformedURLException e) {
// TODO Auto-generated catch block
e.printStackTrace();
} catch (XMLRPCException e) {
// TODO Auto-generated catch block
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
};
Log.e("***","process over");
}

@Override
protected void onResume() {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
super.onResume();

}

public void webObjectList(Object[] songListObj) throws
XMLRPCException{
songNodeWeb = new HashMap<?,?>[songListObj.length];


for(int i=0;i<songListObj.length;i++){
songNodeWeb[i]=(HashMap<?,?>)songListObj[i];
String nodeid=(String) songNodeWeb[i].get("nid");

Log.e("Song",i+"completed");
HashMap<String,String> nData=new HashMap<String,String>();
nData.put("nid",nodeid);
Object nodeget=client.call("node.get",nodeid);
HashMap<?,?> songNode=(HashMap<?,?>)nodeget;
String title=(String) songNode.get("title");
String album=(String) songNode.get("album");
String artist=(String) songNode.get("artist");

nData.put("title", title);
nData.put("album", album);
nData.put("artist", artist);

Object[] songObject=(Object[])songNode.get("title_format");
HashMap<?,?>[] songDetails=new HashMap<?,?
songDetails[0]=(HashMap<?, ?>)songObject[0];
String path=(String) songDetails[0].get("filepath");


if(path.contains(" ")){
path=path.replace(" ", "%20");
}

String songPath="http://www.gorinka.com/"+path;
paths.add(songPath);
nData.put("path", songPath);
Log.e("my path",path);
SongsList songsList=new SongsList(title, album,
artist,songPath,songPath);
SongsList.add(i,songsList);
songNodeDet.add(i,nData);
}

Log.e("paths values",paths.toString());
handler.sendEmptyMessage(0);
}

public void list()
{ Log.d("#####"



problem accessing run( ) in android

by krox » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 02:42:16 GMT


 i!

Just took a really quick look but AFAICT you try to start the runnable
r from getSongs() but getSongs() is only called from the runnable r,
hence a moment 22. So you probably have to start the runnable r from
onCreate()/onStart() as well (however AFAICT you gonna end up in a
loop calling getSongs() over and over again). But as I said I only
took a really quick look and might have overlooked something....

/Erik

On Apr 22, 12:58pm, Rahul <rahulvarma.kalidindi0...@gmail.com> wrote:
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