list of request codes - their names and values?

by for android » Thu, 09 Apr 2009 13:43:10 GMT


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 The requestCode is the constant you send from ur code which starts the
activity

startActivityForResult(intent,100);


So you are sending the code 100.

you need to look at the result code which are RESULT_OK,RESULT_CANCELED
which are defined in the Activity class.





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list of request codes - their names and values?

by Rob Franz » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 06:55:03 GMT


 But this is a RingtonePreference - I'm not starting the activity from code.
 RingtonePreference is defined in preferences.xml (which defines how the
Preferences are laid out).
All I know is that the request code - not the *result code* - that is
returned is 100.

I need to know the name associated with that value 100... I can't find it
anywhere :-)

Thanks
Rob






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list of request codes - their names and values?

by Mark Murphy » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 07:15:47 GMT


 


What are you attempting to achieve by listening on onActivityResult()
from a PreferenceActivity?

Is it something that could be handled better via a
Preference.OnPreferenceChangeListener?

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list of request codes - their names and values?

by Rob Franz » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 08:07:33 GMT


 What I am doing is getting the URI of the ringtone that the user selects in
the ringtone picker.  Then I save it for later use.
It works, but I'm just trying to figure out what that request code is.

Thanks
Rob






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list of request codes - their names and values?

by Mark Murphy » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 08:19:47 GMT


 


That should be in your preferences, though. After all, you're the one
asking for the ringtone via the RingtonePreference, right?

Just open up your SharedPreferences
(PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences()) and read out the
value. Or use Preference.OnPreferenceChangeListener to be notified when
the user changed your preference of interest.

I feel like I'm missing something...

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