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by lordjoe » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 12:12:07 GMT


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1. "rejecting opcode 0x6e" - Android 1.0 R1 SDK

Environment:  Android 1.0 R1 SDK + Eclipse 3.4

My application uses some third party libraries.  The libraries are:

   openxri-client-1.0.1.jar
   openxri-syntax-1.0.1.jar
   openid4java 0.9.5 jar


When I run my application in the emulator, I observe this error:

W/dalvikvm(  173): VFY: unable to find class referenced in signature
(Lorg/openxri/xml/XRDS;)
W/dalvikvm(  173): VFY: unable to resolve virtual method 1465: Lorg/
openxri/xml/XRDS;.getFinalXRD ()Lorg/openxri/xml/XRD;
W/dalvikvm(  173): VFY:  rejecting opcode 0x6e at 0x000f
W/dalvikvm(  173): VFY:  rejected Lorg/openid4java/discovery/
Discovery;.extractDiscoveryInformation (Lorg/openxri/xml/XRDS;Lorg/
openid4java/discovery/Identifier;)Ljava/util/List;
W/dalvikvm(  173): Verifier rejected class Lorg/openid4java/discovery/
Discovery;
D/AndroidRuntime(  173): Shutting down VM


Can somebody explain what "rejecting opcode 0x6e" means?

Sean

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2. Notification manager problem

Hi, I'm trying to set a notification from my application and when a
user click the notification it will open my application with the data.
the notification works fine, but the my application also get launch
when the notification being set. I thought the intent that I set up in
pending intent will only get launch when the notification is clicked
by the user.

The code for setting up the notification

 protected void showNotification() {
        // look up the notification manager service
        NotificationManager nm =
(NotificationManager)getSystemService(NOTIFICATION_SERVICE);

        Intent newIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, mUri, this,
NoteEdit.class);
        newIntent.putExtra(getString(R.string.clear_notification),
true);
        newIntent.setFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK);
        // The PendingIntent to launch our activity if the user
selects this notification
        PendingIntent contentIntent = PendingIntent.getActivity(this,
0,
                        newIntent, 0);

        // The ticker text, this uses a formatted string so our
message could be localized
        String tickerText =
getString(R.string.note_reminder_notification) + " " + mTitle;

        // construct the Notification object.
        Notification notif = new
Notification(R.drawable.ic_notification, tickerText,
                System.currentTimeMillis());

        // Set the info for the views that show in the notification
panel.
        notif.setLatestEventInfo(this, mTitle, mNote, contentIntent);

        // after a 100ms delay, vibrate for 250ms, pause for 100 ms
and
        // then vibrate for 500ms.
        //notif.vibrate = new long[] { 100, 250, 100, 500};

        // Note that we use R.layout.incoming_message_panel as the ID
for
        // the notification.  It could be any integer you want, but we
use
        // the convention of using a resource id for a string related
to
        // the notification.  It will always be a unique number within
your
        // application.
        int notifId = R.string.note_reminder_notification + mId;
        nm.notify(notifId, notif);
    }

Anybody can give me some pointer why it's doing this? Is there anyway
to get the sender info of an intent on the receiver side?

Thanks
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