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Change contact group?

Hi

Is it possible to change the group of a contact, I mean:

if first contact1 belongs to groupA, is it possible to make contact1 to belong to groupB?

thx

e07

Sure you can

RosterGroup#addEntry(RosterEntry entry)

/code

if you want to remove someone from a group then there is also

RosterGroup#removeEntry(RosterEntry entry);

/code

hth

Jon

Hi,

first, thx for reply…

Does use of removeEntry and addEntry method on RosterGroup object lead to remove totally contact from the roster and then re add it as if it were a new contact?

I mean, does it cause new subscription as if the contact were added for the first time in the roster?

thx

e07

not as far as I’'m aware of. Roster#removeEntry(RosterEntry entry) would remove the contact from your Roster but RosterGroup#removeEntry(RosterEntry entry) would simply remove that contact from the specified group.

ok, thx for reply…

that mean that method of the RosterListener are not called when you manipulate RosterEntries at RosterGroup level?

I mean, if you change group for a contact using RosterGroup methods like removeEntry() or addEntry() (as told before); the entriesAdded() and entriesDeleted() method of the RosterListener wont be call?

thx

e07

As far as I know they wont be called, but I could be wrong.

To update your gui with the correct display after you have added/removed an entry from a group you could simply call a method to redraw your roster. As long as your roster drawing code included pulling groups and their members then it should show the updated list

Hi thx for reply…

I’'m french and I dont understand what means the following:

"As long as your roster drawing code included pulling groups and their members then it should show the updated list "[/i]

Could you explain me what does mean “roster drawing code” and “pulling groups”?

thx for help…

e07

So something like this could be called after you have either added or deleted a RosterEntry from a RosterGroup.

Roster roster;

// Get all RosterGroups from your Roster

Iterator groupsIter = roster.getGroups();

// Loop through each group and display its members

while(groupsIter.hasNext()) {

RosterGroup rosterGroup = (RosterGroup)groupsIter.next();

System.out.println("Group: " + rosterGroup.getName());

// Get the members of each group.

Iterator groupEntries = rosterGroup.getEntries();

while(groupEntries.hasNext()) {

RosterEntry rosterEntry = (RosterEntry)groupEntries.next();

System.out.println("Contact: " + rosterEntry.getUser()):

}

}

/code

Thx Jon, that’'s helpful…

I’'ll try this and tell you…

e07

Problem solved:

Moving RosterEntries from group A to group B, using RosterGroup methods does not call RosterListener methods…

thx for snippet code and for all…

e07

forgot “answered flag”…