My app is getting killed while I launch an external intent

by Timothy DeWees » Sat, 22 Aug 2009 10:10:46 GMT

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I'm hoping for some help on ways to solve a problem.  From my
application, I launch an intent that returns a result I need to read
(Zebra Crossing).  But if the user takes a while to scan the barcode
(low light, wobbly hands, etc), my main intent is getting killed.
When the app re-launches, I'm not hitting the event for the intent

Is there some start parameter to tell me the app is being re-launched
and returning from a child intent?

Any suggestions on this would be helpful!

My app is getting killed while I launch an external intent

by Timothy DeWees » Tue, 22 Sep 2009 04:44:30 GMT

 It's not just what I need to remember, the other action is sending me
data which I get in onActionComplete.  Any thoughts?


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