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  1. Hi, I create a new FMX app, select Android as the target platform and the device, I hit Run (and/or with Debug) and all works fine. The app is deployed correctly to the device and launched. Then, I save the form and again all works fine. Then, I save the project and then the IDE can not build/deploy it. I get the following message: [PAClient Error] Error: E2312 C:\****\AndroidManifest.xml:20: error: No resource identifier found for attribute 'resizeableActivity' in package 'android' Even if I rename the project back to Project1, it does not work. After inspecting the manifest files, the IDE adds this line android:resizeableActivity="false" which is not added when I run a new project. Now, it appears that the AndroidManifest.template includes the same line but it doesn't cause problems until I save a project. If I delete the line from the template, all works fine. Anyone knows why that line generates an error? Thx
  2. Hello, I am using Delphi 10.3.2 and I have that project I need to use APDU commands communicating a Mifare card. I do not know java language. However, Android seems to have support for APDU commands for a very long time (like old versions such as 4.4 has that support). I have found following document: https://developer.android.com/reference/android/nfc/tech/IsoDep My problem is, I do not know APDU command use is possible with Delphi 10.3.2 on Android. I have found only one blog about RFID with Delphi FMX and that is for communicating smart tags. Unfortunately not providing help on APDU usage. http://blong.com/articles/delphixe7nfc/nfc.htm I can't find any other information about Delphi FMX and APDU. I appreciate any help. Thanks & regards, Ertan
  3. Dear all, I'm still upgrading my older projects from 10.3.1 to 10.3.2, and try this as always as sensitive as possible. But it turns out that too many libraries under Android would have been changed. This is my orginal project loaded in 10.3.2 So I'm better off to create a complete new, empty project , and reset all my old values from 10.3.1 step-by-step. In 10.3.2 the libraries looks like this So I try to figure out what would be the best way to make such upgrades, which can be very tricky these days. I know @Uwe Raabe and his ProjectMagician, thanks for that nice tool. There are also OptionSets, MigrationTool, etc., many ways to successfully reset or completely destroy your .dproj files. I want to consider the basic steps here, and hope to get some feedback, how this can be done best (without expecting strange side-effects) in a complex world. Steps to upgrade: Backup your orignal project Create a new, empty multidevice application Remove the Mainform (Unit1) and other from the main form, this will be reset later from the older project. Save and overwrite the Project file to the same .dproj !! Make global settings in Project options\All configurations first, and try to keep minimal changes from there only In later separations of Debug or Release, these changes will be done in the respective configurations later. Adding special libraries, frameworks, etc. needed for the app Adding special ressources/images needed to deploy with the app Setup Search path, version no., bundle identifiers, entitlements, permissions, icons, etc., which shall be global for the whole app Setup special settings, like debug/release store API's, Google maps debug/release API's, etc. in the respective configurations Fixes and workarounds Add the old units and datamodules (I try to minimize these in my projects, so I usually have to add only one main form), and try to restore the old project state Refine and check the settings, and ready to debug, test and deploy This way I evaluated for myself that I have best control over all settings (and there are many which could go wrong in the cross-platform world). Is there probably a better way to automate this process ( ! but please consider that many features might have large incompatibilities from 10.3.1 to 10.3.2), I don't really trust automatisms when it comes to such sensitive data, and when too many changes are there. Do I miss something, is there a more easy "migration tool" out there ? Would be great to hear how you do this usually, and which tools you use.
  4. There are 50 new cross platform samples for Delphi 10.3 Rio FireMonkey available over on Github. The demos heavily feature … http://www.fmxexpress.com/50-cross-platform-samples-for-android-ios-osx-windows-linux-and-html5-in-delphi/
  5. How can I select a picture from Android gallery and get the path + GPS data (lat & long)? I get a path to a cached picture, without GPS data. /data/user/0/com.embarcadero.Project1/cache/IMG_20190319_[...].jpg The original picture is in /DCIM/Camera/ and has another name. procedure TForm2.FormCreate(Sender: TObject); begin TMessageManager.DefaultManager.SubscribeToMessage(TMessageReceivedImagePath, DidReceiveBitmap); end; procedure TForm2.TakePhotoFromLibraryAction1DidCancelTaking; begin // end; procedure TForm2.TakePhotoFromLibraryAction1DidFinishTaking(Image: TBitmap); begin Image1.Bitmap := Image; end; procedure TForm2.DidReceiveBitmap(const Sender: TObject; const M: TMessage); var LMessage: TMessageResultNotification; LImagePath: String; begin if M is TMessageReceivedImagePath then begin LMessage := TMessageResultNotification(M); LImagePath := (M as TMessageReceivedImagePath).Value; // <--- '/data/user/0/com.embarcadero.Project1/cache/IMG_20190319_[...].jpg' if LMessage.RequestCode = TJFMXMediaLibrary.JavaClass.ACTION_TAKE_IMAGE_FROM_LIBRARY then begin GetEXIF(LImagePath); Image2.Bitmap.LoadFromFile(LImagePath); end; end; end; procedure TForm2.GetEXIF(const AFileName: String); var LEXIF: JExifInterface; LLatLong: TJavaArray<Single>; begin LEXIF := TJExifInterface.JavaClass.init(StringToJString(AFileName)); Memo1.Lines.Add('File: ' + AFileName); LLatLong := TJavaArray<Single>.Create(2); if LEXIF.getLatLong(LLatLong) then begin Memo1.Lines.Add('Latitude: ' + LLatLong.Items[0].ToString); Memo1.Lines.Add('Longitude: ' + LLatLong.Items[1].ToString); end; LLatLong.Free; end;
  6. Gnostice is pleased to announce the release of Gnostice Document Studio Delphi 19.1.2875. This version includes the Bookmarks Navigation Pane, improved document printing features, and various bug fixes for FMX and VCL Document Viewers. This version also includes fixes for Report Export Interfaces. To know more about Gnostice Document Studio Delphi, please browse to: https://bit.ly/2nKIeDl For the full release notes, please have a look at the following page: https://bit.ly/2vRt2sq To download the trial version, please browse to: https://bit.ly/2zz06Xn Please mail us at support@gnostice.com, if you have any questions. Thank you, The Gnostice DevTools Team https://www.gnostice.com
  7. I am porting a Win32 with FB app to Android. When the datamodule uses FireDAC.Phys.FB the Linker fails with [DCC Error] E2597 c:\\program files (x86)\\embarcadero\\studio\\20.0\\lib\\Android\\Release\libibtogo.a(fun.o): In function `FUN_evaluate': /builds/InterBase_ANDROID_TOGO_IB2017/super/jrd/fun.c:277: undefined reference to `abs' c:\\program files (x86)\\embarcadero\\studio\\20.0\\lib\\Android\\Release\libibtogo.a(fun.o): In function `FUN_resolve': /builds/InterBase_ANDROID_TOGO_IB2017/super/jrd/fun.c:947: undefined reference to `abs' Is this because Android does not support FB? Can I use Interbase? Is there a solution for this? Thanks...Dan'l
  8. Is Delphi Rio broken? NO.... Why does my Android application, compiled with Delphi Rio, no longer work?
  9. It appears that when using Delphi 10.3 and targeting the latest Android API (26) the following call no longer works: MainActivity.registerIntentAction(TJIntent.JavaClass.ACTION_VIEW); The exception is raise 'java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException'. This was required when facilitating the handling the opening of an associated file using an <intent-filter> within the AndroidManifest.template.xml. The full code sequence is as follows: // Register the type of intent action that we want to be able to receive. // Note: A corresponding <action> tag must also exist in the <intent-filter> section of AndroidManifest.template.xml. MainActivity.registerIntentAction(TJIntent.JavaClass.ACTION_VIEW); TMessageManager.DefaultManager.SubscribeToMessage(TMessageReceivedNotification, HandleActivityMessage); I've had the same challenge when running the AndroidIntents project from the supplied Samples. Has anyone else encountered this and managed to solve for it?
  10. Finally ControlType of TEdit will arrive to Android apps, it will solve a lot of problems with text, specially with RTL languages. http://delphi.org/2018/11/android-z-order-native-controls-and-10-3-rio/
  11. John Kouraklis

    Debugging in Android

    Hi, I wanted to see other people's experiences with debugging in Android. How does it work for you? Actually, I've never managed to make it work . The debugger never gets connected to the right port, etc. etc. Now I've got some code that does not work and I comment/uncomment code to find the problem. There must be surely an easier way. I use a real Android tablet connected to a VM, if it matters ????
  12. Gnostice Document Studio Delphi version 2018 R2 Build 18.2.2831 released with C++Builder support, new SKUs and more. Highlights in this release: - Marketing name changed to Gnostice Document Studio Delphi. This has no impact on code. - SKUs have been reorganized to cater to popular demands. SKUs based on popular demand. - Essential [$250], Professional [$450], and Ultimate [$600] are the new SKUs. - Essential edition replaces ReportExport edition. Customers of ReportExport edition with an active subscription get a free upgrade to Essential. - Ultimate edition includes all features of Professional + 1 full license of Gnostice StarDocs Document Server Viewer edition. - Support for C++Builder. - PDF rendering enhancements and much more. For the full release notes, please have a look at the following page: https://bit.ly/2vRt2sq To know more about Gnostice Document Studio Delphi, please browse to:https://bit.ly/2nKIeDl https://bit.ly/2nKIeDl To download the trial version, please browse to: https://bit.ly/2zz06Xn Please mail us at support@gnostice.com, if you have any questions. Thank you, The Gnostice DevTools Team https://www.gnostice.com #PDF #Delphi #FireMonkey #DocumentStudio #Windows #macOS #iOS #Android
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