Extract data from third party application

Hi Team,

We are using ODK for data collection, recently we have created larea
calculation application and the purpose of the application is to record all
the geo-code via gps of land, calculate the area and finally saved the
calculated area. Now we want ODK application should launch land surveyor
and once user have saved the area then ODK application should read the area
and return it to odk server whenever device is online.

Please let me know is it possible through odk if yes then please share the
example, its really urgent.

Please find the attached apk file with odk data file.

This file will be saved on same location of .xml files without any
extension. This file can be view in any file explorer and not from our
application. File name will be "ODKdata". This will contain coordinates,
area, areaunit, distance, perimeter, and distanceunit in xml format.

Thanks,

John

John,

This question looks familiar. See these two previous responses.

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/opendatakit-developers/sXRvYmuhvzI/U4t7ZuYO38IJ
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/opendatakit-developers/zKG5Vz9VC0Y/IjwbDlkcG9EJ

Yaw

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On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 8:29 AM, John ramkeshandroid@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Team,

We are using ODK for data collection, recently we have created larea
calculation application and the purpose of the application is to record all
the geo-code via gps of land, calculate the area and finally saved the
calculated area. Now we want ODK application should launch land surveyor and
once user have saved the area then ODK application should read the area and
return it to odk server whenever device is online.

Please let me know is it possible through odk if yes then please share the
example, its really urgent.

Please find the attached apk file with odk data file.

This file will be saved on same location of .xml files without any
extension. This file can be view in any file explorer and not from our
application. File name will be "ODKdata". This will contain coordinates,
area, areaunit, distance, perimeter, and distanceunit in xml format.

Thanks,

John

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Dear Yaw Anokwa,

I tried the mentioned steps but failed to reached the final goal, it would
be great if you prepared a odk application for me which will launch the
attached application and extract those value in application and submit it
to aggregate server.

Please find the attached apk file with odk data file.
This file will be saved on same location of .xml files without any extension.
This file can be view in any file explorer and not from our application.
File name will be "ODKdata". This will contain coordinates, area, areaunit,
distance, perimeter, and distanceunit in xml format.

Thanks,
John

Land Surveyor.apk (909 KB)

··· On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 10:22 PM, Yaw Anokwa wrote:

John,

This question looks familiar. See these two previous responses.

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/opendatakit-developers/sXRvYmuhvzI/U4t7ZuYO38IJ

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/opendatakit-developers/zKG5Vz9VC0Y/IjwbDlkcG9EJ

Yaw

Need ODK help? Go to http://nafundi.com for custom features, form
design, implementation support, and user training for ODK.

On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 8:29 AM, John ramkeshandroid@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Team,

We are using ODK for data collection, recently we have created larea
calculation application and the purpose of the application is to record
all
the geo-code via gps of land, calculate the area and finally saved the
calculated area. Now we want ODK application should launch land surveyor
and
once user have saved the area then ODK application should read the area
and
return it to odk server whenever device is online.

Please let me know is it possible through odk if yes then please share
the
example, its really urgent.

Please find the attached apk file with odk data file.

This file will be saved on same location of .xml files without any
extension. This file can be view in any file explorer and not from our
application. File name will be "ODKdata". This will contain coordinates,
area, areaunit, distance, perimeter, and distanceunit in xml format.

Thanks,

John

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John,

You're asking quite a lot of Yaw!

As I mentioned in a previous response, your best bet may be to extend the
ex:intent framework to allow external apps to pass binary files back to
Collect, to be included with the form submission. Alternatively, if the
response from your app could be supplied in terms of a fixed number of
fields, then Mitch's proposed "intent that returns values for an entire
field group" method might work instead (see
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/opendatakit-developers/vsLt8_xSm8I).
We have that method on our list of things to develop and contribute, but we
haven't gotten to it yet.

If you are unable to customize Collect yourself, then you can solicit a
company like Nafundi or SurveyCTO to do the development for a fee. But,
it's very unlikely that somebody will develop a solution for you for free.

Best,

Chris

··· On Wed, Jun 19, 2013 at 10:01 AM, Ramkesh Yadav wrote:

Dear Yaw Anokwa,

I tried the mentioned steps but failed to reached the final goal, it would
be great if you prepared a odk application for me which will launch the
attached application and extract those value in application and submit it
to aggregate server.

Please find the attached apk file with odk data file.
This file will be saved on same location of .xml files without any extension.
This file can be view in any file explorer and not from our application.
File name will be "ODKdata". This will contain coordinates, area,
areaunit, distance, perimeter, and distanceunit in xml format.

Thanks,
John

On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 10:22 PM, Yaw Anokwa yanokwa@nafundi.com wrote:

John,

This question looks familiar. See these two previous responses.

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/opendatakit-developers/sXRvYmuhvzI/U4t7ZuYO38IJ

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/opendatakit-developers/zKG5Vz9VC0Y/IjwbDlkcG9EJ

Yaw

Need ODK help? Go to http://nafundi.com for custom features, form
design, implementation support, and user training for ODK.

On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 8:29 AM, John ramkeshandroid@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Team,

We are using ODK for data collection, recently we have created larea
calculation application and the purpose of the application is to record
all
the geo-code via gps of land, calculate the area and finally saved the
calculated area. Now we want ODK application should launch land
surveyor and
once user have saved the area then ODK application should read the area
and
return it to odk server whenever device is online.

Please let me know is it possible through odk if yes then please share
the
example, its really urgent.

Please find the attached apk file with odk data file.

This file will be saved on same location of .xml files without any
extension. This file can be view in any file explorer and not from our
application. File name will be "ODKdata". This will contain coordinates,
area, areaunit, distance, perimeter, and distanceunit in xml format.

Thanks,

John

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