AT the end of the developer guide, they have described
vnd.android.cursor.dir to be the
type part of every custom MIME type, for multiple rows; and
vnd.android.cursor.item for a single row.
Then there is an example of a Content Provider that contains train timetables. It's
com.example.trains and it has tables
Line3. And for it's content URI
which is obviously pointing to the "5th row in the
Line2 table", the MIME type returned will be:
which does not indicate which row it is.
I think it should be something like:
typepart does describe that it is the MIME type for a particular row, so the subtype should also describe which row it is. Isn't it?
vnd.android.cursor.item/vnd.example.line2is correct, then that means it does not matter if the MIME type is of a particular row. Does it mean all the rows in a table have the same MIME type? Because a MIME type is simply the type of files on the internet. (Reference) So I think since all the rows have the same "types" of data (or in other words the rows in a table are kinda instances of the same thing) - so I think all rows in a table should inherently have the same MIME type?
If ^ is YES, then what is the point of having the categorization into the