CursorAdapter notifyDataSetChanged doesn't work? What am I doing wrong?

by Moto » Fri, 02 Jul 2010 10:41:14 GMT


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 Hi I'm trying to clean up some code and now I'm determined to get this
seemless ListView updating working...

I want my ListView to be updated when I call notifyDataSetChanged()
but nothing happens... I'm also passing the autoRequery flag to true
when creating my CursorAdapter.

Cursor c = FavoritesHandler.getCategoryFavorites(getSQLiteInstance(),
category);
                m_favoriteAdapter.changeCursor(c);
                startManagingCursor(c);

Any help is greatly appreciated!
-Moto

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