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Events can be written out in a standard vCal or iCal format using PIM, as in the following example.
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FileConnection saveCal = (FileConnection)Connector.open( "file:///store/home/user/app/schedule.ical"); OutputStream out = saveCal.openOutputStream(); PIM.getInstance().toSerialFormat(event, out, "UTF-8", "VCALENDAR/2.0");
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This will write the iCal data to the specified file, where it can later be opened from this or another app, or copied to another device. Once you have finished with an event, or wish to cancel one, you can delete it from the list by calling removeEvent.
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While there is no EventList equivalent of BlackBerryContactList.choose(), you do have some options for accessing nice built-in views of the calendar without needing a lot of extra work.
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If you want to display a particular event or a period of time within the built-in Calendar app, you can do so using the Invoke class. You specify that you wish to open APP_TYPE_CALENDAR and then provide suitable CalendarArguments. You can choose one of the following time arguments. Provide a Calendar to open to a specific date and time. Open on a particular Event. If neither is specified, open to the default calendar. You can also specify one of several view arguments. ARG_NEW brings up the New Appointment screen, where the user can create an event. If an Event was provided, the initial fields will be set accordingly. ARG_VIEW_AGENDA will open in the agenda view, with upcoming events stacked vertically on top of one another. ARG_VIEW_DAY brings up the daily view, divided by hours. ARG_VIEW_WEEK brings up the weekly view, with dates as rows and hours as columns. ARG_VIEW_MONTH displays a month grid. ARG_VIEW_DEFAULT displays the calendar in the current default format.
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Unlike with choose(), no return value is provided from the Invoke call. You can check to see if the user has added or modified an event by adding a PIMListListener, as discussed later in this chapter. Using Invoke is useful when you want to display event information to your user or show him a chunk of his schedule without writing your own user interface. The following example searches for a particular event and then shows the entire week in which it occurs, which may be handy for planning purposes.
PIM pim = PIM.getInstance(); EventList events = (EventList)pim.openPIMList(PIM.EVENT_LIST, PIM.READ_ONLY); Enumeration matches = events.items("Hootenanny"); if (matches.hasMoreElements()) { Event event = (Event)matches.nextElement(); CalendarArguments args = new CalendarArguments( CalendarArguments.ARG_VIEW_WEEK, event); Invoke.invokeApplication(Invoke.APP_TYPE_CALENDAR, args); }
Although your app can create events directly, you might prefer to give your user a chance to review and approve the event before saving it to the address book herself. The next example does just that, setting up an event but presenting it in the native calendar instead of committing it.
Event proposed = events.createEvent(); Calendar time = Calendar.getInstance(); time.set(Calendar.YEAR, 2010); time.set(Calendar.MONTH, Calendar.SEPTEMBER); time.set(Calendar.DATE, 19); proposed.addDate(Event.START, PIMItem.ATTR_NONE, time.getTime().getTime()); proposed.addString(Event.SUMMARY, PIMItem.ATTR_NONE, "Talk Like A Pirate Day"); proposed.addString(Event.NOTE, PIMItem.ATTR_NONE, "Arrrr..."); CalendarArguments view = new CalendarArguments( CalendarArguments.ARG_NEW, proposed); Invoke.invokeApplication(Invoke.APP_TYPE_CALENDAR, view);
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You can use built-in UI components for date and time selection instead of creating them yourself. If building a BlackBerry CLDC app, use the DateField class in the net.rim.device.api.ui.component package. You can style this as you would any other Field, and can also specify one of DateField s special style constants to indicate whether to show the DATE, TIME, or both with DATE_TIME. You can optionally provide a DateFormat to give suggestions about how to display the date prompt; these may or may not be honored. You can construct the field and add it from within a Screen by using the following code.
Calendar initial = Calendar.getInstance(); initial.set(Calendar.MONTH, Calendar.JANUARY); initial.set(Calendar.DATE, 1); initial.set(Calendar.YEAR, 1980);
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DateField birthday = new DateField( "Birthday", initial.getTime().getTime(),DateField.DATE); add(birthday);
A representation of the currently selected time will display on the screen. When the user accesses the control, a special view that allows fairly easy modifications will be displayed, as shown in Figure 6-8.
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