The application project(process package name) has stopped unexpectedly.please try again.force close

by dilu » Wed, 05 Nov 2008 22:46:19 GMT


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 Hi,
I am trying to navigate from one screen to another screen .for that i
have created two xml file and two java file also.I am not getting any
error,
But when i am executing that project then on emulator message is
coming like this
"the application project(process package name) has stopped
unexpectedly.please try again.force close"

can any one tell me what is the problem?

thanks in advance

dilu.
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The application project(process package name) has stopped unexpectedly.please try again.force close

by Michael » Wed, 05 Nov 2008 23:23:05 GMT


 Without any real detail.... I'm sure we've got no idea what you're
doing.  Perhaps you should be watching the debug log (run 'adb
logcat') to see where your application crashes.

As for starting one activity from another... well, read the API docs
on 'Activity' - see 'startActivity()' and the other related methods.

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