Android : How To Dump A Sqlite Statements Text File Into Db?

Nov 5, 2010

I am preparing a new update of my application, in this version I need to insert lot of new rows (200) in my db.

Because I don't want to programatically add 200 insert code line for each row, I would like to know what is the best method to accomplish it just with a call to the file and dumping it into my db.

Android : How to dump a Sqlite statements text file into db?


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I am trying to dump the content of sqlite via adb shell command.

Here is what i did:

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

My questions I try both 'tables' command and dump the schema for 'main', I can't find my table. Can you please tell me what am I doing wrong?

In my java code, I am able to insert value to DB like this:

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

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