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Old May 27th, 2011, 02:04 PM
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Default Chapter 7 RootViewController - Edit Button in Nav Bar

I'm trying to add an "Edit" button to the RootViewController Nav Bar to be able to set a little red delete symbol next to each Task when I press on the Edit button in the Nav Bar on the RootViewController, rather than swiping a task to delete it, as the tutorial currently has it setup.

I've added self.navigationItem.leftBarButtonItem = self.editButtonItem; into the RootViewController.m which has placed the Edit button in the Nav Bar but that doesn't seem to quite be getting it. I can't get any of the little red delete symbols to appear next to each task.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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I don't have this book, book working from the download code, I made the following changes to get the behavior you want. If your project is working currently, duplicate it, so that you have a backup.

The following changes are to the RootViewController.h RootViewController.m and RootViewController.xib files.

As written the RootViewController is a subclass of UIViewController. Make it a subclass of UITableViewController. Delete the UITableView *taskTableView instance variable and property in the header, and remove the @synthesize for this ivar as well. In the .m file remove self.taskTableView = nil; from the -viewDidUnload method and [taskTableView release]; from the -dealloc method. Change all other references to taskTableView in the RootViewController.m file to self.tableView.

In the RootViewController.xib file delete the outlet from File's Owner to taskTableView (it should have a yellow warning sign, since the ivar no longer exists) Connect the File's Owner view outlet to Table View.

That's it.

Bob





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