water_bear 0 Posted January 10, 2011 Share Posted January 10, 2011 Hello, I'm trying to write an Android Intent to create a new note using Evernote's export file format (ENEX). Everything works great for the most part, a note is upload with title, content, latitude, longitude, author, creation date, etc. The issue is that the "tag" attribute doesn't make it into the final note. Without error messages, the tag is simply left off of the final note. Do you have any ideas on why it works this way? I'm not an experienced developer, or businessman so it could be something simple, but I'm at a loss since all of the other attributes upload without issue! Otherwise, I was glad to hear of Evernote's intent capability, hopefully I can integrate into my app soon! To summarize my work, I downloaded the project code offered at the following link:http://www.evernote.com/about/developer/android.php , and modified the code to include additional note attributes in the ENEX file formatted according to the DTD document: (title, content, created?, updated?, tag*, note-attributes?, resource*)> My modified ENEX code is below: <?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?> "http://xml.evernote.com/pub/evernote-export.dtd\"> TITLE TEXT PROPERLY FORMATTED NOTE CONTENT 20070120T174209Z 20080120T174209Z HelloEvernote 41.89568102 -87.6906234 MEEE www.google.com Link to comment
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