Hello, recently I found a Taifun’s topic about TableView Extension Versions 3 and 4 on the MIT App Inventor Community forum (TableView Extension Versions 3 and 4 by @Ken - Extensions - MIT App Inventor Community), which provides download links for the Table View extension. Since then, I have been attempting to display a table using the extracted data from my local SQLite database. However, the results are not quite as expected. The table is being printed in the following way:
Actually, I noticed that the reason the table was being printed in that way was due to a simple row delimiter on the designer page. However, now that I have opened this topic, I would appreciate it if anyone could help me with the logic of converting a query result into a proper CSV file.
The result I obtain from the query (for simplification) is as follows: “Base, Equipe, BaseA, TeamA, BaseB, TeamB, BaseC, TeamC”.
Then, I managed to transform it into this list: “Base, Equipe, BaseA, TeamA, BaseB, TeamB, BaseC, TeamC” using the following block of code:
The output is being retrieved from a built-in SQLite table.
Let me explain my goal: I have created a user form that will be distributed among 10 tablets, and throughout the day, the users will be inserting data. The data is currently being stored in an online MySQL database. However, now I want to be able to display a table that shows only the data that each user has inserted on the current day. This will allow them to keep track of what they have already inserted. I have been attempting to retrieve the data from the SQLite table and display it in a table format using the TableView extension, but I’m encountering difficulties with this.
The query I have been using for testing purposes is quite simple.