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Posts: 7
Registered: ‎07-08-2010
My Device: Storm
My Carrier: Verizon

Blackberry 6 TableView how-to?

I'm eager to use the new TableView class in Blackberry 6, but have been able to find no documentation whatsoever on how to implement a TableView.

 

Can anyone provide some snippets or even a link to anywhere that describes how to implement this new feature?  I understand it uses MVC but it would save me (and everyone else?) alot of time to see an example implementation.  Its surprising to me that RIM would release this new SDK with such little documentation, other than class overviews.

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Registered: ‎10-08-2010
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Re: Blackberry 6 TableView how-to?

 


iupchris10 wrote:

I'm eager to use the new TableView class in Blackberry 6, but have been able to find no documentation whatsoever on how to implement a TableView.

 

Can anyone provide some snippets or even a link to anywhere that describes how to implement this new feature?  I understand it uses MVC but it would save me (and everyone else?) alot of time to see an example implementation.  Its surprising to me that RIM would release this new SDK with such little documentation, other than class overviews.


You can find a sample to use TableView and other components into samples folder, distributed with our SDK 6.0 plugin for Blackberry, 

 

 

on your eclipse eviroment:

 

1. rigth click over "Package explorer"

2. select "inport"

3. Find the Blackberry folder, and select "Import BlackBerry Samples"

4. Find and select the sample "TableAndListDemo"

5. click on finish

 

in your workspace would be exported a project sample with same  name.

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Re: Blackberry 6 TableView how-to?

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Registered: ‎05-31-2010
My Device: 8520
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Re: Blackberry 6 TableView how-to?

OS/6 TableView is different from TableLayoutManager!

The docs are cimplete in MVC developement with OS/6 components.

Please check http://docs.blackberry.com/en/developers/subcategories/?userType=21&category=Development+Guides

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Registered: ‎06-11-2009
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Re: Blackberry 6 TableView how-to?

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4. Find and select the sample "TableAndListDemo"

 

Gives me App Error 104 Uncaught: IllegalStateException.
Good job RIM developers!

...

P.S. crashes on Table Screen only. Others are OK. 

P.S.S To make it at least to start the followin line should look like this:

private static final int NUM_COLUMNS = 2;

And something's not right with the style: to make table look decent Vertical Alignment should be Top!?