Android :: Copy Row Data From One Table To Another In SQLite Droid?

Oct 11, 2010

How do i efficiently copy a row data from one table to another table, where both of them are the same structure. i could go the much harder way of retrieving initial values from the row in the first table and then inserting to the second table. But i feel there is a more efficient way this can be done.

Android :: Copy row data from one Table to another in SQLite droid?


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Android :: Insert Data On Sqlite Database Table From Word Or Excel Document?

May 22, 2010

In my project, I would like to create a database with single table. I would also like to insert data on this table from word or excel document. is it possible? if so please how can I do it? some code snippets would be of great help. I have four different activities which I would like them to interact with this single table. the first is the main activity and its purpose is just to launch the other three activities according to user choice. so it has no interaction with the DB. but the other three activities will read from the table whenever called. Can you please tell me how to call the dbhelper on these activities? I am unable to do this and I am currently creating one db per each activity which is not the optimal way.

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Apr 20, 2010

So I have an app on the market, and with an update I want to add some columns to the database. No problems so far. But I want to detect if the database in use is missing these columns, and add them if this is the case. I need this to be done dynamically and not just after the update to the new version, because the application is supposed to still be able to import older databases. Normally I would be able to use the PRAGMA query, but Im not sure how to do this with Android. I cant use execSQL since it is a query, and I cant figure out how to use PRAGMA with the query()-function.

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Nov 13, 2010

I have decided that I hate SQL and for that purpose I am trying to make a helper class that I can reuse over and over and never have to mess with it again but it isnt working!

Here is what i have right now:

CODE:.........

I have included several System.out.println() statements to help me debug the code and find problems so please ignore them. PrintDB is another test that I wrote that I am using to make sure everything is working. Now this is what I have written to make sure everything is working....

CODE:.....................

Running this code everything goes great and all the System.out.println() statements have the right information in them until it gets to the databaseView.setText(db.printTable(tableName));
part and it throws an exception

CODE:................

This has me so confused because that same line of code is used in the getColNames() method that was called several times before this and ran with no problem. Also if the table didn't exist wouldn't it have thrown an exception when I called insertRow()? I called that method 5 times in a row with not a single exception thrown! What is happening here?

Implement onCreate() in your DBOpenHelper. Put there content of the createTable() method.

Why would it be necessary to create the table in the onCreate() method? If I were to do this would I be able to use my existing method to do so and just call it from this method?

And the second why you don't use content providers and uri >concept which is already SQLless?

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Code:
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[code]...

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Mar 21, 2012

I've a problem with a query in sqlite3.

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When my application execute this query, and the table is empty, a record is returned. I can't understand why a record is being returned if the table is empty. It should return cero results.

I've tried to execute the query in two different ways:

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Nov 15, 2010

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I have two files, one called "part1.txt" and another one called "part2.txt", which look like following

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I'm writing a content provider that returns data about game sessions. This data comes from an SQLite table. However, the client that consumes it will also want summary data: total wins, current/best winning streak, and so on. I'm not sure which approach to use.

* Possible Approach 1: Do nothing, let the client calculate what it needs.

The client could step through the whole table and calculate statistics itself. However, it's inefficient to send the entire database over the content provider link if the client only wants the summaries; this may also be prone to bugs because each client has to reimplement the summary calculations.

* Possible Approach 2: Separate content URIs for summary data.

The client could ask for a URI like content://myapp/summary/totalwins and get back a text/plain stream containing the number of wins. This seems like a big hassle to implement on both ends, though. Or it could ask for a URI like content://myapp/summary and get back an XML stream containing all the summary data, but this isn't much simpler.

* Possible Approach 3: A phony table.

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* Possible Approach 4: The extras bundle.

Cursor has a getExtras() method that returns a bundle. The client could make a request for the main URI, content://myapp/sessions, and then just look at the extras bundle instead of reading any rows. However, there's no setExtras() method, so I'm stuck with whatever bundle object SQLite puts in there - and if it's Bundle.EMPTY, I'm out of luck.

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Aug 13, 2010

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Aug 19, 2010

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Jul 15, 2009

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Nov 4, 2010

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I have two problems:

1) When programmatically inflating, I cannot set the index of the newly created row (I want it in place 'n') 2) After inflation, the inserted (actually appended) row doesn't listen to parent table's stretch column property.

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In the end I need the first column to occupy 80% of the screen width, and the second column remaining 20%.

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