I want to store image in sqlite database. I tried to store it using BLOB and String, in both cases it store the image and can retrieve it but when i convert it to Bitmap using BitmapFactory.decodeByteArray(...) it return null. Below is my code please have a look and suggest me where i m making mistake.
I am currently sending and receiving SIP messages across a network. When I want to add SDP data to a SIP message I use the SessionDescription object in jrtp. This object is then added to the SIP message. But when I get a SIP message from the server its SDP is in a byte array. So I'm wondering is there anyway to convert the byte back into a SessionDescription object so I can use the SessionDescription object's methods to parse the data?
I have to convert a byte array to string in Android, but my byte array contains negative values. If I convert that string again to byte array, values I am getting are different from original byte array values. What can I do to get proper conversion?
i have the critical situation.i want to store the image in DB in android. but i don't know how to store image in db and how to get from db.i novice to android platform.so anyone give me the samplecode to develop my application.i tried more time but not i get the correct output.how to create the image field in SQLite db and how to insert the image within db.
i am developing an application which uses sqlite db for storing records. I am developing this application on SDK 1.5.. when i test the application on 1.5 device it works good but when i try to run it on a 1.6 device i get a force close message with following logcat output:
03-19 09:31:35.206: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(224): Uncaught handler: thread main exiting due to uncaught exception..........................
I am currently trying to store an image into the sqlite database as a blob and retrieve it back.I am not sure if this is the correct approach since i dint find much of sample codes related to inserting images in sqlite. I am able to insert values but when i try retrieving them as byte using decodeByteArray it gives me the following error. DEBUG/skia(13003): xxxxxxxxxxx jpeg error 53 Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x%02x 0x%02x.The image retrieving query works fine as i have checked retrieving an image previously stored as blob in a sample database.I have tried storing and retrieving different image files but i am getting the same error.Could any one tell me as how to solve this problem
I need some help to store a Object in an SQLite database using Android.I don't know whether it is possible or not.If it is possible means please give some code snippets to create a table which can store an object.
I am parsing the website to store the contents in a URL, in that some images are there, i want to store the images in database which are parsed from the site. i m really struggling on this, can any one help me regarding on this?
i have a problem with double values i need to store in an android homed sqlite database. since these double values represent gps values (lat & lng), i really NEED an absolute precision down to the 9th number after the comma.when reading lng from this table into some (java) double variable, i get a value like "0.999956837" - this renders the values pretty useless to me.is there a way to enforce the precision i need other than storing the values as "text" fields (what would make expensive casts neccessary) or storing them as integers (meaning i need to multiply/divide at each write/read-op)?
I am developing an application for android phone, In this I need to use at least 400 audio file which can be played for some respective texts,Now my question is which is the optimized way to do this.One solution is putting all the audio files in the resource folder and referring from there, this will never be a feasible solution as the application size will increase. Is there any way to convert the audio file into some format and dump into the SQLite database and retrievr flexibly.
An application I'm developing requires that the app main a local list of things, let's say books, in a local "library." Users can access their local library of books and search for books using a remote web service. The app will be aware of other users of the app through this web service, and users can browse other users' lists of books in their library. Each book is identified by a unique bookId (represented as an int). When viewing books returned through a search result or when viewing another user's book library, the individual list row cells need to visually represent if the book is in the user's local library or not. A user can have at most 5,000 books in the library, stored in SQLite on the device (and synchronized with the remote web service). My question is, to determine if the book shown in the list row is in the user's library, would it be better to directly ask SQLite (via SELECT COUNT(*)...) or to maintain, in-memory, a List or int array of some sort containing the unique bookIds.
So, on each row display do I query SQLite or check if the List or int array contains the unique bookId? Because the user can have at most 5,000 books, each bookId occupies 4 bytes so at most this would use ~ 20kB. In thinking about this, and in typing this out, it seems obvious to me that it would be far better for performance if I maintained a list or int array of in-library bookIds vs. querying SQLite (the only caveat to maintaining an int array is that if books are added or removed I'll need to grow or shrink the array by hand, so with this option I'll most likely use an ArrayList or Vector, though I'm not sure of the additional memory overhead of using Integer objects as opposed to primitives).
Can someone point me to right direction, how to create an adapter for AutoCompleteTextView, which would be getting data from SQLite DB, using data, which user entered into the text field? I want to use the user-entered data to filter suggestions for autocompletion.I imagine that adapter should always take user-entered data as soon as changes appears and use it for fetching suggestions on-the-fly. Is that possible? So far I've seen many tutorials for autocompletion where static String arrays were used, but never seen them build dynamically.Is it possible to do it automatically or I need always fetch String array myself and pass as ArrayList to adapter on every AutoCompleteTextView change?
I'm new to Android programming, and I wanted to pull list options from a column of the SQLite database for the user to select. How would I go about doing this? Like, say the database table to be read is called countries, and the columns were ID, country, and capital. How would I let the user pick from the list of capitals and have the application return the information in that row?
I am dealing with http post method on Android. I have successfully send simple string pairs using HttpClient and HttpPost class with the NameValuePair as entity. However now I want to send a simple array of bytes. Unfortunately the only entities I have found for the HttpPost class are the NameValuePair and FileEntity. However my byte is not from a file. Wirting it to a file and then sending by the FileEntity seems to be pointless and stupid. How can I send this array using default HttpClient and HttpPost class?
We are trying to access bytes in non-sequential order from a 'content:' URI that we receive in the intent from other applications. Is there a way to do this, without buffering the bytes within the application?
We found a discussion about the same from 2008 at: http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/msg/49a1b7d651d4707e Is it possible now?
How can I determine/calculate the byte size of a bitmap (after decoding with BitmapFactory)? I need to know how much memory space it occupies, because I'm doing memory caching/management in my app. (file size is not enough, since these are jpg/png files).