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I am creating a dialog with the input text allow using to fill in the text with 2 button ok and exit which to continue the next process. But i dunno how to retrieve the value.. what syntax?
i will pose u the dialog code, I done the code already, i think it can work fine, just dunno where and which part to get the value.
hopefully someone can check for me.. how to get the value which user key in the text.
looking for solution with the syntax, i think it is just a simple syntax...


final class TestDialog extends Dialog{



    private EditField userNameField;

    private ButtonField okButton;

    private ButtonField cancelButton;



    public TestDialog(String choices[],int values[]){

        super("Enter a username", choices,values,Dialog.OK, Bitmap.getPredefinedBitmap(Bitmap.QUESTION), Dialog.GLOBAL_STATUS);

        userNameField = new EditField("User Name: ", "", 50, EditField.EDITABLE | EditField.FILTER_FILENAME); 

        net.rim.device.api.ui.Manager delegate = getDelegate();

        if( delegate instanceof DialogFieldManager){

            DialogFieldManager dfm = (DialogFieldManager)delegate;

            net.rim.device.api.ui.Manager manager =dfm.getCustomManager();

            if( manager != null ){

                manager.insert(userNameField, 0);              

              

            }

        }

       

    }    



   ( public String getUsernameFromField(){

    	Dialog.alert("testing111"+userNameField.getText());

    	return userNameField.getText();

    }



}







final class TestScreen extends MainScreen

{

    public TestScreen userNameField;

	private Dialog diag;

   



    public TestScreen()

    {

    	String choices[] = {"Ok","Cancel"};

        int values[] = {Dialog.OK,Dialog.CANCEL};

       

        //int values[] = {0,Dialog.OK,Dialog.CANCEL};

        

         diag = new TestDialog(choices,values);

        

        UiApplication.getUiApplication().invokeLater(new Runnable()

        {

            public void run()

            {

                int iResponse = diag.doModal();



                if(iResponse == Dialog.OK)

                {

                    //return;

                	//Dialog.alert("testing"+diag);

                	System.out.println(userNameField);

                }

                else

                {

                    System.exit(0);

                	                }               }

        });          

    }

}

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by:objects
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your getUsernameFromField() method will return the inputted value, you'd just call it by the look of it
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by:gagajanice
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how to print it out? where it will return too? coz i am newbie in OO concept... quit complicated for me.... can i show u my whole program? then u tell me which i can get the value?
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                     System.out.println(diag.getUsernameFromField());
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by:gagajanice
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i try to add    System.out.println(diag.getUsernameFromField());

but still got the error, i show u the capture screen
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>       private Dialog diag;


change that to:


      private TestDialog diag;
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by:gagajanice
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Thank you, it can display from the dialog,alert, i can see the value...
i got another question is about how to retrieve this value in other class?
coz i create class for dialog screen for user enter the text, after user click "Continue" button, it should be continue at other class, so how am i get diag.getUsernameFromField(); in the class?

coz i need this input field user for generate the file name....
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by:gagajanice
ID: 34182006
I will sure u the class which to call the dialog class...
in the "final class CameraScreen extends MainScreen"

how to retrieve the diag.getUsernameFromField(); ?

Thank you...
final class CameraScreen extends MainScreen 

{

    /** The camera's video controller */

    private VideoControl _videoControl;



    /** The field containing the feed from the camera */

    private Field _videoField;

    

    private static String _prefilename;

    private static String _UIflag;

    private static TestScreen _rrr;

    

    private int _indexOfEncoding = 0;

    private EditField userNameField;



    /**

     * Constructor. Initializes the camera and creates the UI.

     */

   

    public CameraScreen()

    {

    	



    	if(_UIflag != "OK")

    	{

    



            TestScreen testScreen = new TestScreen();   //<---- call the class to generate dialog

            pushScreen( testScreen );

            

        	

           

        	setTitle("Camera Demo");

        	initializeCamera();       

            if(_videoField != null)

            {

               createUI();

               addMenuItem(_encodingMenuItem);

  

            }

            else

            {

               add( new RichTextField( "Error connecting to camera." ) );

            }

 

    	}

    	else

    	{

    		setTitle("Camera Demo");

        	initializeCamera();       

            if(_videoField != null)

            {

               createUI();

               addMenuItem(_encodingMenuItem);

  

            }

            else

            {

               add( new RichTextField( "Error connecting to camera." ) );

            }	

    		

    	}

    

    

    

    }







private void pushScreen(TestScreen testScreen) {

		

	}

}

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add a new method to TestScreen class

public String getUsername() {
   return diag.getUsernameFromField();
}
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by:gagajanice
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Thankx again, i already added new method in TestScreen class

then, at another class is what syntax then i can get the value?
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String username = testScreen.getUsername();
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by:gagajanice
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After i pass the syntax, i got the error...

here is the capture screen and also the code which from CameraScreen class ( the class which to get the value)
final class CameraScreen extends MainScreen 

{

    /** The camera's video controller */

    private VideoControl _videoControl;



    /** The field containing the feed from the camera */

    private Field _videoField;

    

    private static String _prefilename;

    private static String _UIflag;

    private static TestScreen _rrr;

    

    private int _indexOfEncoding = 0;

    private EditField userNameField;

    private TestScreen userdiag;

    private TestDialog diag;



 private void createImageScreen( byte[] raw )

    {    

    	

    	String filename = TestScreen.getUsername();

    	Dialog.alert("Testing123 "+filename);

    	ImageScreen imageScreen = new ImageScreen( raw );

        

        // Push this screen to display it to the user

        UiApplication.getUiApplication().pushScreen( imageScreen );

    }

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by:gagajanice
ID: 34182127
Thankx objects...
can work already!!! many thankx~~~

i change it to static..
private static TestDialog diag;
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