Have Untyped DataSet from a Webservice call. How do I translate that to show in Android App?

by David D » Sun, 07 Mar 2010 03:07:58 GMT

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 I am making a Webservice call to return data and it's coming back as
an untyped Dataset.

How am using the KSoap2 jar package.  How do I take the Untyped
dataset and return it in a Readable manner in an Android App?

Can I typecast it directly to a Cursor?  Do I use a ContentProvider
for this?  IS there an example on how to do this somewhere?



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