I'm using this code to query core data and return the value of key, I store the value like this :
NSString *newName= @"test"; [newShot setValue:newName forKey:@"shotNumber"];
and I query like this :
NSManagedObject *mo = [items objectAtIndex:0]; // assuming that array is not empty NSString *value = [[mo valueForKey:@"shotNumber"] stringValue]; NSLog(@"Value : %@",value);
I'm crashing with this message though :
[NSCFString stringValue]: unrecognized selector sent to instance,
does anyone know where that would be coming from ?
@"test") is already an NSString. There is no need to call
-stringValue to convert it to a string.
NSString *value = [mo valueForKey:@"shotNumber"];