sqlite in sdk 0.9

by Peterman » Fri, 26 Sep 2008 17:16:02 GMT


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I had a database with android in the version m5 of the sdk and when I
try to connect to this database with the command "sqlite3" it works
but now with the new sdk (0.9) , don't work. Now the shel tell
me :"sqlite3 command not found".

I read about this in other threads, and many people says that if you
want to work with the database you must download a plugin a firefox,
install another manager of sqlite, etc.

I don't understand this because I have the sqlite3 in my version of
sdk whithin the directory tools, why I have to download another
manager if I had this one? Why I can't work with this manager under
the adb?

thanks
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sqlite in sdk 0.9

by Ludwig » Fri, 26 Sep 2008 17:31:37 GMT


 sqlite3 is available on SDK 1.0, which is now the 'new' SDK.

2008/9/26 Peterman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>


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