Android :: Data Not Inserting In Sqlite Database

Aug 14, 2010

I am an android application developer. I am developing an application which requires of me to use Sqlite database. I have implemented fetching the data, but i am facing problems when i try to insert data into the Sqlite database. The problem that i am having is that the new data i enter is not fetched, i.e nothing is new is being entered into the database.

this is the method i wrote in Data.java
myDataBase is an object of SQLiteDatabase
public void insertTitle(String Recipe)
ContentValues initialValues = new ContentValues();
initialValues.put(COLUMN_NAME,value);
myDataBase.insert(ZRECIPE, null, initialValues);
}
and i create an object "d" of it in Add.java, where i call the "insertTitle()" method. But nothing is inserted.

Android :: Data not inserting in Sqlite database


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