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Puzzled by the behaviour

Peter Miklosko
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Joined: May 26, 2009
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I'm little puzzle by the behaviour of my application.

After selecting filter and pressing Delete Filter command, filter get deleted. However else if(c == Alert.DISMISS_COMMAND && isDelete) block doesn't execute init() method and only way I was able thing of refreshing screen was basically forwarding screen to new instance of the same class.
As I said I'm little puzzled as I expected the refresh to happen through call of init() method in similar manner to Swing application.

Can somebody please explain me why the refresh through init() method doesn't work?
 
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