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SDLDynamicUpdateCapabilities

SDLDynamicUpdateCapabilities Class Reference

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Overview

@since SDL 7.0

-initWithSupportedDynamicImageFieldNames:supportsDynamicSubMenus:

Objective-C

- (nonnull instancetype)
    initWithSupportedDynamicImageFieldNames:
        (nullable NSArray<SDLImageFieldName> *)supportedDynamicImageFieldNames
                    supportsDynamicSubMenus:
                        (nullable NSNumber<SDLBool> *)supportsDynamicSubMenus;

Swift

init(supportedDynamicImageFieldNames: [SDLImageFieldName]?, supportsDynamicSubMenus: (NSNumber & SDLBool)?)

Parameters

supportedDynamicImageFieldNames

- supportedDynamicImageFieldNames

supportsDynamicSubMenus

- supportsDynamicSubMenus

Return Value

A SDLDynamicUpdateCapabilities object

supportedDynamicImageFieldNames

An array of ImageFieldName values for which the system supports sending OnFileUpdate notifications. If you send an Image struct for that image field with a name without having uploaded the image data using PutFile that matches that name, the system will request that you upload the data with PutFile at a later point when the HMI needs it. The HMI will then display the image in the appropriate field. If not sent, assume false. {“array_min_size”: 1, “array_max_size”: null}

Objective-C

@property (nonatomic, strong, nullable) NSArray<SDLImageFieldName> *supportedDynamicImageFieldNames;

Swift

var supportedDynamicImageFieldNames: [SDLImageFieldName]? { get set }

supportsDynamicSubMenus

If true, the head unit supports dynamic sub-menus by sending OnUpdateSubMenu notifications. If true, you should not send AddCommands that attach to a parentID for an AddSubMenu until OnUpdateSubMenu is received with the menuID. At that point, you should send all AddCommands with a parentID that match the menuID. If not set, assume false.

Objective-C

@property (nonatomic, strong, nullable) NSNumber<SDLBool> *supportsDynamicSubMenus;

Swift

var supportsDynamicSubMenus: (NSNumber & SDLBool)? { get set }
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