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Android Offline Store - Refreshes and Updates


Currently we're using store.refresh(); to refresh the offline store which refreshes all the requests specified in configuration file.

But i want only specific request to be refreshed.

Is it possible to achieve this with SMP 3.0 SP05 android SDK.





indexed_type=SAPODataExample.CustomerType: Surname, GivenName

indexed_type=SAPODataExample.CustomerType: Address/Province, Address/City














For example in the above configuration i want to refresh/update only 'name=Customers' request.

Also i want to get only top 20 records which are modified recently.


Sukesh N

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2014 at 10:31 PM

    Regarding your question:

    Yes it is possible todo what you are requesting:

    1. Defining requests are configured on the server, but specified on the client. Therefore; on the client, the app should have a defining request with name “Customers”.

    There is a refresh method which takes a list of defining requests names (refreshWithRefreshSubset on iOS). In Android, it is called refresh. So you need to use that function and pass in “Customers”.

    2. You can’t refresh only the first 20, we don’t allow that. However, If you need to refresh a limited number of entities from a particular set, you need to split it up into two defining requests. For
    example, if Customers in the Canada is a higher priority what you can do is have
    two defining requests:

    ~/Customers?$filter=Country eq ‘Canada’

    ~/Customers?$filter=Country ne ‘Canada’


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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2014 at 03:00 AM

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    Have a look at this write-up

    Getting Started with the Offline Store for Android



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