Java Code Examples for android.widget.ExpandableListView.setTag()

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Example 1
Project: TimeTrix   File: FragmentTagNotes.java   View Source Code Vote up 6 votes
@Override
    public void onActivityCreated(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onActivityCreated (savedInstanceState);
        ImageButton btnAddNotes = (ImageButton) getActivity ().findViewById (R.id.buttonAddNotesTags);
        btnAddNotes.setOnClickListener (this);
        btnAddNotes.setVisibility (View.INVISIBLE);
//        ListView mListViewTag = (ListView) getActivity().findViewById(R.id.listNotesAll);

        mExpandableListViewTag = (ExpandableListView) getActivity ().findViewById (R.id.expandableListNotesTags);

        mArrayListTagNotes = new ArrayList<> ();
//        customAdapterTagNotes = new CustomAdapter(mArrayListTagNotes, getActivity(),tempString , mHandler);
        mCustomAdapterTags = new CustomAdapterTags (getActivity (), Integer.parseInt (mSectionIndex) + 1);
        mExpandableListViewTag.setTag (R.string.filename, mSectionIndex);
        mExpandableListViewTag.setTag (R.string.list_object, mArrayListTagNotes);
        mExpandableListViewTag.setAdapter (mCustomAdapterTags);
        mExpandableListViewTag.setItemsCanFocus (true);
        registerForContextMenu (mExpandableListViewTag);
        mSectionIndex = String.valueOf (mOnFragmentInteractionListener.getSectionIndex());
        populateListView ();

    }