Problem with insertion into SqLite Database..

by Raihan Jamal » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 06:22:00 GMT

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 hanks for replying...
I am having one more problem now...
I am using this below java file to create a database and table on the
click event of Create DB Button[b][i]( till here it is working fine)[/
i] [/b]and then below this Create DB button, there is one more button
named Send Button... and on the click event of Send Button I am
opening another activity which contains a edit text and a button
called Insert[i][b](this is also working fine for me)[/b][/i] and on
the click event of this Insert Button... I have to insert the value
that we are typing into edit text box into the table that we have
created previously.... but I am not able to figure it out why it is
not inserting into table that we have created previously... what wrong
I am doing please let me know.... Below are the codes....
[size=18]This Code contains Create DB Button and Send Button and click
event also that are creating tables and database
package com.example.hw3;

import android.content.Intent;
import android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.util.Log;
import android.view.View;
import android.widget.Button;
import android.widget.EditText;

public class HW3 extends Activity {
private Button b1;
private Button b2;
private A1 test;
private EditText text;

/** Called when the activity is first created. */
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
text = (EditText) findViewById(;

protected void initControls()
b1 = (Button)findViewById(;
b2 = (Button)findViewById(;

b1.setOnClickListener(new Button.OnClickListener()
{ public void onClick (View v){ DoWork(); }});

b2.setOnClickListener(new Button.OnClickListener()
{ public void onClick (View v){
Intent myIntent = new Intent(HW3.this, A1.class);
// HW3.this.startActivity(myIntent);


protected void DoWork()

// SQLiteDatabase db=null;

// db1 = new HW3DbAdapter(this);
text.setText("Button 1 was clicked");

SQLiteDatabase myDB= null;
String TableName = "db_entry";

/* Create a Database. */
try {
myDB = this.openOrCreateDatabase("db_hw3", MODE_PRIVATE,
myDB.execSQL("DROP TABLE IF EXISTS db_entry" );
/* Create a Table in the Database. */
+ TableName
NULL,ph_location TEXT);");

catch(Exception e) {
Log.e("Error", "Error", e);
} finally {
if (myDB != null)


} [/code]

This is the Code for an Activity that contain edit text and Insert
Button....I think something wrong I am doing in the try block of this
code..... Please help[/size]

[code] package com.exampl

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