Parse the XML using an XML parser...
Then consider using a Loader:
Also consider using an AsyncTask, forgoing that...
On Sun, Sep 30, 2012 at 11:17 PM, solnichko <email@example.com> wrote:
> I mean not just a simple String or int.
> The example XML string above is returned from the web services when an ID of
> this object is passed.
> At the moment I get Title, Description and a couple f URLs returned, but
> have no success parsing the XML String above and displaying the values
> simply in a textbox.
> Once I get this working, I will have to implement a listview that will
> display a list of such objects(with Title, Descr, etc.)
> From what I figured out I need to receive responce in an XML String or an
> array of objects.
> At the moment I am trying to work on XML String option.
> My project partner writes the web services and does not have much experience
> either, he expects me to tell him what I need to receive.
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