How to connect with MS SQL to android

by remish » Tue, 04 May 2010 02:34:09 GMT


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 Hello guys,
 I want to do one application in which i need to do connection with MS
SQL.How can i do it?
Please anyone guide me.I have to send and recieve data from
database(MS SQL).

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How to connect with MS SQL to android

by Brion Emde » Tue, 04 May 2010 03:11:54 GMT


 Your SQL database is running on a remote server. You need to build a
web-service, an application that turns queries via Http GET requests,
and updates via Http POST, PUT and DELETE requests, into operations on
your database.

It is probably built right into your SQLServer and uses XML or JSON or
both. Maybe someone can be more specific.



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How to connect with MS SQL to android

by jotobjects » Tue, 04 May 2010 03:36:39 GMT


 It depends on how you want to connect.  Since JDBC is part of the
Android SDK you should be able to drop jdbc driver jar for MS-SQL into
you app and do it that way. If you want your app to use a web service
interface as suggested by the previous response then you are not
really connecting to MS-SQL from Android since it just the webapp on
the server that is connected to the database.




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