What is the best way to sent/receiv e data from remote database such as mysql on android?

by best6...@gmail.com » Sat, 07 Mar 2009 10:54:19 GMT

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 Hi , Guys ,

I'm try to sent/receive data from my remote db server (MySQL) , I know
I can't connect the MySQL directly on android . And I'm trying to use
the soap , but I'm not sure if this is the right way ?

I don't have any experience on it , so my question is:" what is the
way to sent/receive data from remote db server "  in general ? Does it
have any examples I can see ?

Like the project :Cab4Me( http://www.cab4me.com/ ) , Does it have remote
DB ?  What is the method they can sent/receive the data from DB ?


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