, for Change Type type: NSFetched Results Change Type, new Index Path: NSIndex Path?
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: Fully updated for i OS 5 (original post by Ray Wenderlich, update by Adam Burkepile).
This is the third and final part of a series to help get you up to speed with the basics of Core Data quickly.
Is this because the new message is being added as part of my Current Chatter.
Or should it update each time there is a change to the Messages Entity? 3 hours on this and I'm no closer to understanding why it's not working.
NSFetch Request *request = [NSFetch Request fetch Request With Entity Name:@"Product"]; request.predicate = [NSPredicate predicate With Format:@"product_id = %@", [imonggo Info object For Key: PRODUCT_ID; NSSort Descriptor *sort Descriptor = [NSSort Descriptor sort Descriptor With Key:@"name" ascending: YES]; Descriptors = [NSArray array With Object:sort Descriptor]; NSError *error = nil; NSArray *matches = [context execute Fetch Request:request error:&error]; if (!
i have two questions: one, why is one of my FRCs not updating when i add a new object to the MOC, and two, should i be using an FRC at all for this purpose?]]
Funny thing, I can print out the correct values, but can't update the UI.
I've been stuck on this for a few days, and can't seem to figure it out.
I'm using NSFetched Results Controller with Core Date, and would like to update the UI of a row as a Core Data Object is updated.
However, there’s one notable thing that we could add pretty easily with Core Data that could give us huge benefits to performance: use NSFetched Results Controller.
Right now we’re loading all of the Failed Bank Info objects from the database into memory at once.