ContactsSelectInstrumentation.javaAPI DocAndroid 1.5 API3291Wed May 06 22:41:08 BST


public class ContactsSelectInstrumentation extends
This is an example implementation of the {@link} class, allowing you to run tests against application code. The instrumentation implementation here is loaded into the application's process, for controlling and monitoring what it does.

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public voidonCreate(android.os.Bundle arguments)


        // When this instrumentation is created, we simply want to start
        // its test code off in a separate thread, which will call back
        // to us in onStart().
public voidonStart()

        // First start the activity we are instrumenting -- the contacts
        // list.
        Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_MAIN);
        Activity activity = startActivitySync(intent);

        // This is the Activity object that was started, to do with as we want.
        Log.i("ContactsSelectInstrumentation", "Started: " + activity);

        // Monitor for the expected start activity call.
        ActivityMonitor am = addMonitor(IntentFilter.create(
            Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Contacts.People.CONTENT_ITEM_TYPE), null, true);

        // We are going to enqueue a couple key events to simulate the user
        // selecting an item in the list.
        sendKeySync(new KeyEvent(
            KeyEvent.ACTION_DOWN, KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_DOWN));
        sendKeySync(new KeyEvent(
            KeyEvent.ACTION_UP, KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_DOWN));
        sendKeySync(new KeyEvent(
            KeyEvent.ACTION_DOWN, KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_CENTER));
        sendKeySync(new KeyEvent(
            KeyEvent.ACTION_UP, KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_CENTER));

        // Was the expected activity started?
        if (checkMonitorHit(am, 1)) {
            Log.i("ContactsSelectInstrumentation", "Activity started!");
        } else {
            Log.i("ContactsSelectInstrumentation", "*** ACTIVITY NOT STARTED!");

        // And we are done!
        Log.i("ContactsSelectInstrumentation", "Done!");
        finish(Activity.RESULT_OK, null);