Android Question Capture TableView Event before moving to a new row

GeoffT660

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Is there a way to raise an event before the tableview moves to another row. I'm trying to save the current forms content to the sqlLite table when the user move to a different row or before a new row is created. Thanks.
 

klaus

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Currently there is no such event.
I don't understand exactly the purpose.
How do you fill the table, or change the table content?
Can't you update the database at that moment?
 
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GeoffT660

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I was just using a SQL Insert or SQl Update with the contents. I'm just trying to find a good trigger to call the sql statements with out running an update every time any view (editView,Spinner, etc..) is updated and was hoping to update the record/activity one time en-masse. Maybe there is a better trigger or method to update/insert a record after all the "fields" have been updated. Kind of like an auto-save without any user intervention.
 
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klaus

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I'm just trying to find a good trigger to call the sql statements with out running an update every time any view (editView,Spinner, etc..) is updated and was hoping to update the record/activity one time en-masse.
Define an activity where you edit the data with a button to update the database.
Did you have a look at the SQLiteLight project examples in my signature.
They use a Webview instead of the Table view, but the principle would be the same.
 
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