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How Can I Make Parsed XML Data Appear On Custom TableViewCell?

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I'm making a split view iPad product search.

in the debugger, it shows I'm getting the parsed data, it just won't show up on my table view, so i decided to make a custom TableViewCell creating the .h and .m files.

but i have a problem, i have my XML parser in my MasterViewController, but i want to assign it to a label in my Custom TableViewCell object.

- (void)parser:(NSXMLParser *)parser didEndElement:(NSString *)elementName
  namespaceURI:(NSString *)namespaceURI qualifiedName:(NSString *)qName
	NSLog (@"didEndElement");

	if ([elementName isEqualToString:@"description"])
		NSLog(@" decription:%@", capturedCharacters);

	   StyleMasterCell.textView.text =  capturedCharacters;


	capturedCharacters = nil;  

	if ([elementName isEqualToString:@"str_smartsearch"])
		// We are no longer in an item element
	   inItemElement = NO;

i only included description so it will be simple, and I wanna just at least get one thing working first and foremost.

this line: StyleMasterCell.textView.text = capturedCharacters;

does not work, how can i assign the parsed at a to the textView thats in the stylemastercell?




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Assuming the capturedCharacters isn't NULL (you should be able to tell based on the NSLog you have there above it) , you should be using
[cell textLabel] setText:@"Foo Bar"];
Try that out and see how it works out for you. (My suggestion would be to use an NSDictionary since it makes assigning key values to cells easy)


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