DATABASE

by suresh kanna » Wed, 17 Dec 2008 02:34:43 GMT


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 hi...

i'm doing one project in android...i'm crateing one database...the have
three fields....the fields are id,title,url....i'm stored in url is String
format....but i want website URL pattern...at the same time i get the url
value in database...............please help me

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Database

by hazlema » Sun, 15 Mar 2009 13:12:27 GMT


 I have a problem and I have no idea whats wrong.  I have a database
called items and it consists of the following fields: "_id integer,
list integer, category integer, item text".

In my program I have a function called getItems:

    public Cursor getItems()
    {
        return db.query("items", new String[] {"item"}, null, null,
null, null, null);
    }

Then I have the fillItems function in another class

    private void fillItems()
    {
        Cursor c = db.getItems();
        startManagingCursor(c);

        String[] from = new String[] { "item" };
        int[] to = new int[] { R.id.shoppingitem };

        SimpleCursorAdapter cItems = new SimpleCursorAdapter(this,
R.layout.item, c, from, to);
        setListAdapter(cItems);
    }

And this fails!

I then created a debugging routine:

    private void fillItems()
    {
        Cursor c = db.getItems();
        c.moveToFirst();
        String s = c.getString(0);
        c.close();
        Toast.makeText(this, s.toString(), Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
    }

I am at a complete loss, any attempt to read any data fails, but yet a
call to c.count returns the right number of records from the database.

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by jiramot » Fri, 26 Jun 2009 00:55:24 GMT


 How can i copy my database from res/raw to database path

I try

InputStram in = getResources().openRawResource(R.raw.mydata);
OutputStram out = new FileOutputStram("/data/data/mypackage/databases/
mydata/db");

byte[] buff = new byte[1];
int len;
while( (len = in.read(buff)) > 0){
  out.write(buff);
}
out.close();
int.close();

but i got an IOException with no message
I fond some reason about binary and unicode file but i don't know
about it


How can i do

Thank
Jiramot

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database

by Tanay M. Kapoor » Sun, 08 Aug 2010 23:59:48 GMT


 i need to add a large amount of data to an android database i have
created. Is there any tool i can use to do this instead of making an
activity to write and manually add the data. My application need only
display the data not add new thigns to the datdbase.
Please help...

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by DanH » Mon, 09 Aug 2010 02:45:44 GMT


 You can build the database on any platform (perhaps using a tool like
SQLite Expert) and upload it to Android.  The trick is that you have
get it from wherever you upload it into the app's database directory
(plus add a few extra records that Android wants).  Some info here:

 http://www.reigndesign.com/blog/using-your-own-sqlite-database-in-android-applications/ 




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by skink » Mon, 09 Aug 2010 12:22:19 GMT


 


yes, sqlite is cross-platform db so you can populate it on any host
platform

the easiest is to use sqlite3 tool

pskink

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by andi rofik » Fri, 28 Jan 2011 00:40:59 GMT


 mau tanya ne..gmn cara bikin database apa eclipse dan cara ngelink
nya..

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