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ItemCommandListener is not invoked on selection of MessageItem  RSS feed

 
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I am using de.enough.polish.ui.MessageItem class in my application. I want to trap the event on selection of this item. In my application, I have many instances of MessageItems (like a list) appended to the form and I want to show an Alert (along with the text of the MessageItem) when user selects a MessageItem. What I am doing is:

The above code is just the overview of what I am doing. I am trying to capture the event by using javax.microedition.lcdui.ItemCommandListener but the event is not been trapped. By using CommandListener, although I am able to show the Alert but I am not able to get the reference of the MessageItem which is selected by the user.
Can anyone help me in event handling on MessageItem. I will be really thankful.

 
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Hi Friend

your trying display your form . so please try this instead of

((( Msg.setItemCommandListener(this); ))


Form.setItemCommandListener(this);

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Registration of ItemCommandListener is applicable on Items (MessageItem) and not to the form. Form class do not have method "setItemCommandListener()".
Below is the complete code which is no working. I have no idea why on clicking the MessageItem, Alert is not been shown.
 
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hi

include this lines and try

msg.setDefaultCommand(Select) ;
msg1.setDefaultCommand(Select) ;

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Gopinath
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