Android :: Full Android Database Class For Existing SQLite Database?

Aug 23, 2010

I'm trying to deploy an application with an existing SQLite database.I've been reading though the examples that are posted but they are always missing some part of the class. I feel like I'm trying to bake muffins but no one told me to use baking powder.Can someone post a full database helper class for depoying an SQLite database on Android? Edit : Delete old code because it doesn't work.

Android :: Full Android Database class for existing SQLite database?


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Android :: Delete A Full Database Record In SQLite?

Apr 2, 2009

I need to introduce a menu option on clicking which the whole SQLite database file stored at "data/data/com.company.packName/databases/" gets deleted. Using DROP TABLE command would only delete the table under a particular database.

How can i achieve this?

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Apr 12, 2010

I'm currently developing a Field-Service application that stores data in the local sqlite database on an android device. At some point, usually after completing the data collection rounds, the local sqlite db is to be synchronized to a remote sybase db on the server.Any suggestions as to how this could be achieved or engineered as a solution? Or even better, are there alternatives to synchronizing data in such an application?

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Android :: SQLiteOpenHelper Existing Database?

Jun 9, 2010

I have an existing SQLite database file from another project.

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Do I need to indicate that the database file is writable? (In the iPhone world you need to copy the database file from the app's bundle to a writable folder on the iPhone proper before first use.)

Once I have the database file on the phone, how do I tell SQLiteOpenHelper to use it? (I extend SQLiteOpenHelper in a custom class.

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May 13, 2010

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Oct 21, 2009

Is it possible to create a custom ContentProvider to
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Mar 16, 2009

Where could I find any examples of rendering XML data in a ListView? i.e, the model is read from a XML file, not in an existing array or database cursors.

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Android :: Possible To Write Custom Content Provider For Existing System Database?

Dec 9, 2009

Not sure of the absolute utility of this but seems as though it should be possible and useful. Can you extend ContentProvider to provide URIs representing new queries (i.e., joins across multiple tables not specified by existing URIs) for an existing system database? The alternative seems to be that I need to write a series of cursor queries then join them -- seems like a lot of unnecessary code duplication.

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Android :: Using My Own SQLite Database

Feb 13, 2009

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Mar 25, 2010

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Android :: Use Own Sqlite Database?

Mar 5, 2010

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Android :: How To Add Objects To Sqlite Database?

Nov 18, 2009

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Android :: Creating Database In SQLite

May 23, 2009

I am new to android and I have a problem in creating a database.

public class database extends ListActivity {
/** Called when the activity is first created. */
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private final String MY_DATABASE_TABLE = "t_Users";
Context c;
@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
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setContentView(R.layout.main);
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try
{
mydb.openOrCreateDatabase(MY_DATABASE_NAME, null);

} catch(Exception e){}
}}

When I run this code it throws a run time exception.

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Android :: Delete The Sqlite Database?

Mar 23, 2010

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Android :: Delete Top Row In SQlITE Database

Aug 2, 2010


public void delete(String id, String name, String phonenumber, String time, String message)
{
String[] args={id};
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}

It works fine, and deletes the specified row. However, I also want to implement it so that I can delete the most recent (earliest date) entry in the database, which should be at the top of the table. I know I can do this by altering the last 2 parameters of delete, but I cannot figure out what to change them to.

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Android :: Update SQLite Database From Other App

Jan 25, 2010

Is possible update the records from SQLite from my Android Application1 from other Application2 Android

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Android :: UI Can Connect To SQLite Database?

Jul 31, 2009

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Android :: Necessary To Close SQLite Database?

Jul 22, 2010

Is it really necessary to close an SQLite database that your activity has opened (database is in local memory or on SD card)? I would think it would be good practice, but I noticed that the Android samples such as the Notepad tutorial and SearchableDictionary sample do not do this. I've also seen sample code where the database is consistently opened, read from, and closed, but that would seem to add unnecessary overhead.

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Android :: Query SQLite Database

Jun 2, 2010

I successfully created the Database and inserted a row however I cannot Query it for some reason. My Droid crashes everytime.

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

I get this exception

No such column: value: , while compiling: SELECT DISTINCT value FROM mainTable

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Android :: ORM SQLite And Database Scheme

Jun 4, 2010

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Android :: SQLite DROP Database

Jul 14, 2009

How to drop a database in Android SDK?

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Android :: Loading SQLite Database Into App

Jun 10, 2010

I am able to create, write and read an SQLite Database in my Android App. I have a copy of the Database that is fully populated with data, and I want to get that data into the App's Database. Is it possible to access my populated database from inside my App? Or can I at least create a copy of the populated database and then use that copy? Or do I need to do a .dump and put all the inserts into the Android code?

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Android :: Use The Exist Sqlite Database?

Mar 16, 2010

I have a sqlite database, and i put this file in "assets" folder. The code like below, Pls help and tell what's wrong in this code, How to use my own sqlite database.

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

The error message:

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

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Android :: Access A Sqlite Database That Is Not Own By My Application

Jan 31, 2010

I'm searching information about how i can access a specific database that to not belong to me, and that is store in /data/data/com.... directory is it possible without root access? it it possible with root access, and how?

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Android :: Prevent Access To SQLite Database

Oct 18, 2010

I use a sqlite database in my project. The stored data in it must not be available for the user to edit. As I've read here I saw that if you have root access you can alter sqlite database. The only solution would be to encrypt database content, but this would be time consuming for device. Any solution to prevent access to database ?

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Android :: SQLite Database Slow Insertion

Aug 17, 2010

I need to parse a fairly large XML file (varying between about a hundred kilobytes and several hundred kilobytes), which I'm doing using Xml#parse(String, ContentHandler). I'm currently testing this with a 152KB file.During parsing, I also insert the data in an SQLite database using calls similar to the following: getWritableDatabase().insert(TABLE_NAME, "_id", values). All of this together takes about 80 seconds for the 152KB test file (which comes down to inserting roughly 200 rows).When I comment out all insert statements (but leave in everything else, such as creating ContentValues etc.) the same file takes only 23 seconds.Is it normal for the database operations to have such a big overhead? Can I do anything about that?

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Android :: How To Use SQLite Database? (Create / Open)

Apr 18, 2010

I am trying to use

SQLiteDatabase.openDatabase( "/data/data/edwin11.myapp/databases/myapp.db", null, (SQLiteDatabase.CREATE_IF_NECESSARY | SQLiteDatabase.NO_LOCALIZED_COLLATORS));

To create/open a database instead of making use of the SQLiteOpenHelper (because I want to pass in the flag SQLiteDatabase.NO_LOCALIZED_COLLATORS. However, I am getting this exception for that line of code:

04-18 09:50:03.585: ERROR/Database(3471): sqlite3_open_v2("/data/data/edwin11.myapp/databases/myapp.db", &handle, 6, NULL) failed
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): java.lang.RuntimeException: An error occured while executing doInBackground()
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at android.os.AsyncTask$3.done(AsyncTask.java:200)
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at java.util.concurrent.FutureTask$Sync.innerSetException(FutureTask.java:234)
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at java.util.concurrent.FutureTask$Sync.innerRun(FutureTask.java:258)
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at java.util.concurrent.FutureTask.run(FutureTask.java:122)
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.runTask(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:648)
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:673)
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:1060)
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): Caused by: android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: unable to open database file
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase.dbopen(Native Method)
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase.<init>(SQLiteDatabase.java:1584)
04-18 09:50:03.665: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3471): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase.openDatabase(SQLiteDatabase.java:638)...

Doing some testing just before that line of code (using File.isExists) shows that the file /data/data/edwin11.myapp/databases/myapp.db does not exist. Would that be the cause of the error? (Or am I just using SQLiteDatabase.openDatabase the wrong way?) Would it help if I create the file beforehand? (Shouldn't that be taken care of by the SQLiteDatabase.CREATE_IF_NECESSARY flag that I passed in?) If creating the file manually is the way to go, is it just an empty file, or do I have to write something to it?

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Android :: Sharing SQLite Database Between Activities

Jun 24, 2010

I'm in the middle of writing myself an app and have run into a problem concerning the use of the same SQLite database within multiple activities.

I have one activity that is used to input and store data and multiple activities that need to then read that data. Within the first activity, it has no problem inputting the data into the database, but when I go to have the other activity read the data, it tells me the database is empty. Obviously I'm doing something wrong in my handling of this shared database.

Right now, I have a DataHelper class that handles everything. In each activity, I create a DataHelper object which then calls the openOrCreateDatabase() method. I then close the database upon exiting the activity. Obviously this isn't the right way to do it.

So, my questions is, what is the correct way to set up an SQLite database in an Android application and then access it in multiple activities?

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Android :: Populating Spinner From SQLite Database

Feb 3, 2010

I'm attempting to make a dynamic drop down that will be filled by a SQLite table. I have a Cursor object which I can pull the data I need from. I've been able to accomplish loading the values into the drop down with the code below:

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

My problem is that I need the a selection from the drop down to also contain the RowID of the item selected. I need to be able to select one item and have access to the value of that item in the back end. For example, think of a drop down in HTML. Each drop down selection has it's own hidden value that is pulled. I need this value to be hidden for me to allow me to know which ID they choose.

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Nov 13, 2010

Can we autoincrement the foreign key in sqlite database?

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