Bug 11663 - base.Intent.GetIntExtra not getting the passed in int extra
Summary: base.Intent.GetIntExtra not getting the passed in int extra
Status: RESOLVED INVALID
Alias: None
Product: Android
Classification: Xamarin
Component: Mono runtime / AOT Compiler ()
Version: 4.6.x
Hardware: Macintosh Mac OS
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Assignee: Bugzilla
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Reported: 2013-04-08 22:27 UTC by Paul Johnson
Modified: 2013-04-08 22:37 UTC (History)
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Description Paul Johnson 2013-04-08 22:27:29 UTC
The following piece of code comes from my app. The code worked fine with 4.6.1

(calling method)
btnView.Click += delegate
            {
                List<string> ids = recsToView.Select(t => t.ToString()).ToList();
                Intent i = new Intent(this, typeof(infoRecord));
                i.PutExtra("list", ids.Count > 1 ? true : false);
                i.PutExtra("sex", baseInfo.sex);
                i.PutStringArrayListExtra("IDs", ids);
                if (ids.Count == 1)
                    i.PutExtra("ID", ids [0]);
                StartActivity(i);
            };

(receiving activity)

bool isList = base.Intent.GetBooleanExtra("list", false); 
baseInfo.sex = base.Intent.GetBooleanExtra("sex", true); // male by default
baseInfo.ID = base.Intent.GetIntExtra("ID", -1);
bool all = base.Intent.GetBooleanExtra("all", false);

If I set a breakpoint at the StartActivity and check i, everything that I've said to put in there is in there. When I put a break point after bool all to check the contents, everything except baseInfo.ID has the correct value.

To check that I've not made a booboo with the name, I changed in the calling method 

i.PutExtra("ID", ids[0]);

to

i.PutExtra("Ident", ids[0]);

and in the receiving activity

int f = base.Intent.GetIntExtra("Ident", 0);

f shows as 0 despite it not leaving the calling method as being 0.
Comment 1 Paul Johnson 2013-04-08 22:37:18 UTC
It looks like the code should not have run in 4.6.1 correctly! The intent is correctly putting in the extra, but as a string whereas the read back needs to be an int. Casting ids[0] to Int32 solves the problem. 

Closing the bug. Move along. Nothing to see here ;)