Reset Default Profile

DataWedge 7.3

RESET_DEFAULT_PROFILE

Used to reset the default Profile to Profile0.

Function Prototype


Intent i = new Intent();
i.setAction("com.symbol.datawedge.api.ACTION");
i.putExtra("com.symbol.datawedge.api.RESET_DEFAULT_PROFILE", "");

Parameters

ACTION [String]: "com.symbol.datawedge.api.ACTION"

EXTRA_DATA [String]: "com.symbol.datawedge.api.RESET_DEFAULT_PROFILE"

Result Codes

DataWedge returns the following error codes if the app includes the intent extras RECEIVE_RESULT and COMMAND_IDENTIFIER to enable the app to get results using the DataWedge result intent mechanism. See Example, below.

  • PROFILE_ALREADY_SET - FAILURE

Also see the Result Codes guide for more information.

Return Values

Error and debug messages are logged to the Android logging system, which can be viewed and filtered by the logcat command. Use logcat from an ADB shell to view the log messages:


$ adb logcat -s DWAPI

Error messages are logged for invalid actions, parameters and failures (e.g. Profile not found or associated with an application).

Example Code

::javascript
// define action string
String action = "com.symbol.datawedge.api.ACTION";
String extraData = "com.symbol.datawedge.api.RESET_DEFAULT_PROFILE";

public void onResume() {
    // create the intent
    Intent i = new Intent();

    // set the action to perform
    i.setAction(action);
    i.putExtra(extraData, ""); // empty since a name is not required
    this.sendBroadcast;
}

Set/Get Result Codes

Command and configuration intent parameters determine whether to send result codes (disabled by default). When using SEND_RESULT, the COMMAND_IDENTIFIER is used to match the result code with the originating intent. Sample usage of these parameters is shown below.

Note: Modify this generic code to match the API being used.

// send the intent
    Intent i = new Intent();
    i.setAction(ACTION);
    i.putExtra("com.symbol.datawedge.api.CREATE_PROFILE", "Profile1");

// request and identify the result code
    i.putExtra("SEND_RESULT","true");
    i.putExtra("COMMAND_IDENTIFIER","123456789");
    this.sendBroadcast(i);

// register to receive the result
    public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent){

        String command = intent.getStringExtra("COMMAND");
        String commandidentifier = intent.getStringExtra("COMMAND_IDENTIFIER");
        String result = intent.getStringExtra("RESULT");

        Bundle bundle = new Bundle();
        String resultInfo = "";
        if(intent.hasExtra("RESULT_INFO")){
            bundle = intent.getBundleExtra("RESULT_INFO");
            Set<String> keys = bundle.keySet();
            for (String key: keys) {
                resultInfo += key + ": "+bundle.getString(key) + "\n";
            }
        }

        String text = "Command: "+command+"\n" +
                      "Result: " +result+"\n" +
                      "Result Info: " +resultInfo + "\n" +
                      "CID:"+commandidentifier;

        Toast.makeText(context, text, Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();

    };

Generate and receive result codes

Command and configuration intent parameters determine whether to send result codes (disabled by default). When using SEND_RESULT, the COMMAND_IDENTIFIER is used to match the result code with the originating intent. Sample usage of these parameters is shown below.

Note: Modify this generic code to match the API being used.

// send the intent
    Intent i = new Intent();
    i.setAction(ACTION);
    i.putExtra("com.symbol.datawedge.api.CREATE_PROFILE", "Profile1");

// request and identify the result code
    i.putExtra("SEND_RESULT","true");
    i.putExtra("COMMAND_IDENTIFIER","123456789");
    this.sendBroadcast(i);

// register to receive the result
    public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent){

        String command = intent.getStringExtra("COMMAND");
        String commandidentifier = intent.getStringExtra("COMMAND_IDENTIFIER");
        String result = intent.getStringExtra("RESULT");

        Bundle bundle = new Bundle();
        String resultInfo = "";
        if(intent.hasExtra("RESULT_INFO")){
            bundle = intent.getBundleExtra("RESULT_INFO");
            Set<String> keys = bundle.keySet();
            for (String key: keys) {
                resultInfo += key + ": "+bundle.getString(key) + "\n";
            }
        }

        String text = "Command: "+command+"\n" +
                      "Result: " +result+"\n" +
                      "Result Info: " +resultInfo + "\n" +
                      "CID:"+commandidentifier;

        Toast.makeText(context, text, Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();

    };

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