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New Developer
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How to change one Object in ObjectListField

How to change one Object in ObjectListField? I don't find the method, first delete then insert?
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My Device: Z10 LE, Z30, Passport
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Re: How to change one Object in ObjectListField

if you don't have your onw ObjectListField (as all should have who work more then once with it) you can just get the object from the selected index and modiy it. afaik you get a reference to the object, not a copy of it.
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Re: How to change one Object in ObjectListField

Thx ur reply.

But the Object which I want to modify is not selected, how could I get a un-selected Object?

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Re: How to change one Object in ObjectListField

You can use the get(ListField listField, int index) method of ObjectListField to get any object within the field.

 

To update a record, you can use the delete(index) method to remove an entry and then the insert(index) to place a new entry in its place.

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Re: How to change one Object in ObjectListField

Thx Msohm