UIPickerView can’t pre select a row

For the app I’m working on, what I’d like would be that when the view show, the pickerview view is already at a certain row, and that I don’t need to touch it (unless I need it).

I know there are plenty of question like this one on SO, but I couldn’t find my answer.

Right now here is what’s done and what works:

  • When the view appears, the UIPickerView is at the preselected row (ie 2nd for example)
  • I can change it to another one and save it.

But, when I try to save without touching it, it’s like nothing is selected. I’ve to touche the PickerView to select the row I want, even if it’s the one I “Selected” at first.

I’m selected the row with :

pickerViewAction.selectRow(inPickerViewAction.index(of: temp?[0] as! String)!, inComponent: 0, animated: true)

Where

inPickerViewAction.index(of: temp?[0] as! String)!

is the row I need.

How I test if a row is selected (maybe my problem comes from here, I don’t know…)

let selectedValue1 = inPickerViewAction[Row] 
switch selectedValue1 { 
     case "Email" : 
     // DOING MY STUFF
     case "Commande http", name1, name2, name3, name4, name5: 
     //DOING MY STUFF
     default: let alert = UIAlertController(title: "Nothing selected", message:"You must select an item before saving", preferredStyle: UIAlertControllerStyle.alert)
     alert.addAction(UIAlertAction(title: "OK", style: UIAlertActionStyle.default, handler: nil)) 
     self.present(alert, animated: true, completion: nil) break

Right now if I don’t touch the UIPickerView, I’ve the UIAlert that show.

If anyone have an idea, that’d be great. Thanks

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