Android :: Unable To Retrieve Given _ Name _ Family From Database
Jul 29, 2010
While iterating through my contacts database, the first Name (GIVEN_NAME) always returns an integer while the last Name (FAMILY_NAME) always returns null. I am running on HTC Incredible. What am I doing wrong? Code...
I want manage our web application using an android application. we want to the database connection object. we are using mysql database. and i want to post the data to my server. so please help me for this solution.
I'd like to use an existing sqlite3 database created outside of the phone, on a computer reachable by Wifi. I know how to download the file using Socket. The problem I see is that android.database.sqlite classes access databases only in /data/data/<package_name>/databases and it does not seem to be possible to write files directly in there. Is there a way to write a file in /data/data/<package_name>/ databases or ask the android.database.sqlite classes to read a database from another place?
I create database using sqlite in command prompt. In my login screen user can enter loginid and password. then click the login button. while click the button I need to check that ..if login successful I need to retrieve other details from the same table . How can i achieve this. is there any sample code...
I want to store Location objects into my database, and then be able to load them. How can I build a Location object from its attributes? Should I create a blank Location and then set the attributes? (If yes, how?) Should I use my database as a Location Provider? (If yes, how?) Code...
I have this database file under the usual databases folder and a bunch of tables inside it. Please note that I don't want to retrieve under the command line. I know I can use the ".tables" command. I want to retrieve a list of all tables in it, using code, so that I can execute some specific algorithms on each of them. Also, I didn't find any questions with this problem on Android, so please forgive me if there is any. I was wondering if there is any function I can use under Databases, but I didn't find any either.
I'm using a SQLite database to store information on players and their teams using android. I've got it working so that all the players I've created will show up when ever I start my program, so the database is working. So far, so good. However, whenever I try to retrieve the rowId of a player from the database, it always gives me 0 back. This surprises me in itself, since I'd think I'd get an error if I wasn't accessing it from the cursor correctly, but instead it gives me 0. After debugging for a while, I realized that the Player object (not in database) also wasn't saving the id correctly, although it was finding a value for it. This was corrected when I set the id after creating the object, although it seems I would be able to set it in the creation statement itself. Curiouser and curiouser. Code...
I need to store an retrieve a vector of an unknown number of objects in an android sqlite database. Essentially, the setup is this: I am developing a task management app, where the user can add as many notes as they like to their tasks. My current setup uses one database, with one row per task. This presents a problem when I need to associate multiple notes and their associated information with one task. I can see two approaches: try to store an array of notes or a vector or something as a BLOB in the task's row, or have another notes database in which each row contains a note and it's info, as well the id of the task which the note belongs to. This seems a little easier to implement, as all I would have to do to retrieve the data would be to get a cursor of all notes matching a particular id and then iterate through that to display them to the user. However, it seems a little inefficient to have a whole new database just for notes, and it makes syncing and deleting notes a little more difficult as well. What do you think? Is it worth it to have a separate notes database? Should I use a BLOB or go for the separate database? If a BLOB, are there any good tutorials out there for storing and retrieving objects as BLOBs?
I need to store and retrieve data from database when the device is in offline.When i run my application when the device have internet it fetches data and shows it user,but i also need the same output when the device is in offline by saving previously obtained data in database,anyone help me to implement it in my application.
I need to fill in edit boxes with first and last name.i want dabatabase which saves these once i fill the edit boxes and teh nxt tym i enter a single character it should retrieve that name.Plz provide code to me.
I am using ganymade eclipse 3.4 IDE and android sdk for development . I am trying to store static database file with some values on it in sqlite format. how can i add this file into the IDE and fetch the data from that file and store it . give me the guidance to do the development.
how do i do it that for exmaple. we have a main.xml that have 1 text field for entering a name for example A and when we press a button lets say button 1. it will retreive A's data from database and display on main.xml's textview.
I want to retrieve data from the existing sqllite and query it and show the values in listview. my sqllite db has four columns naming emp id, emp name, salary, designation. i want to show the list of employees in a listview and on list item click query from db and by sending that particular emp id and show the name, salary and designation in the textviews in another screen.
My GNex took a baseball to the screen; the screen is shattered and unresponsive, but the phone will power on and I can see the file structure if I connect via USB to my PC. I've retrieved all the files and photos that I want to save from the phone by copying to the PC, but not the text messages. I had a backup for the text messages, but it's gone (different story for another time). So I've been searching for a way to retrieve these text messages that can be executed entirely from the PC side, since I have no way of installing an app on the phone. I'd either like to be able to copy the SMS database to a new phone via PC, or dump it into some sort of manageable text format.
From the searches I've done, it seems like I might be able to do this using some sort of developer's code; (i.e., Install this program, plug in the phone, enter these lines of code, etc.)
The phone is stock (not rooted), and was just recently updated to ICS 4.0.4 (?)
Samsung says they can "fix" the phone for $160+, but that they won't be able to save any of the data since the phone isn't navigable (I assume they'll just send a replacement).
Ive been trying to retrieve the current network type, but no success when i say network type: i refer to know this info: if the type is: NETWORK_TYPE_IDEN or NETWORK_TYPE_UMTS.. and so on. i tried to use: NetworkInfo activeNetInfo = connectivityManager.getActiveNetworkInfo();NetworkInfo bonneting = connectivity Manager.getNetworkInfo i am doing this coz i wanna know if the current network is IDEN, or if the current network is connected through wifi any other suggestions will be welcome.
I've had a problem with my Google Calendars displaying correctly, so I went into all the Calendar settings, and cleared the data, in a hope of syncing them from scratch. However..... Now I am unable to retrieve the calendars from Google. The only ones that show up in the Calendar list are: -
My Calandar Exchange Facebook PC Sync Default.
Any idea how I can get my 3 Google Calendars back on my Desire?
According to my application i create the database with two tables. when i inserting the data in 1 table then it runs correctly after that when i save data in the second table then it gives the exception of illegal state exception (database cannot be open). Please give me the solution.
I have seen other posts similar to this one but none of the solutions listed work for me. When I use the following command: adb pull /data/data/com.mydomain.myappname/databases/MyDatabase.db / home/me the following error results. failed to copy '/data/data/com.mydomain.myappname/databases/ MyDatabase.db' to '/home/me/MyDatabase.db': Permission denied I have no problems with the emulator. I am using a Dev Phone 2.
My application has a ContentProvider that handles the direct SQLiteDatabase access. The activities that query the ContentProvider are returned a Cursor. Even though the activities close the cursor, the application is throwing an IllegalStateException when the ContentProvider exits (or possibly when garbage collection is done) because the activities are not closing the SQLiteDatabase.
The Activity has no direct way to close database. The Cursor returned is an android.content.ContentResolver$CursorWrapperInner type. This type encapsulates the actual SQLiteCursor returned from the ContentProvider.
If the returned Cursor could be cast into its original SQLiteCursor, the SQLiteDatabase used by the Cursor would be accessible and could be closed by the Activity. Unfortunately, the CursorWrapperInner cannot be cast.
Sequence of Events:
1) Activity uses ContentResolver to run a query through a ContentProvider.
2) Content Provider receives the query request through a call to its query() method.
3) Content Provider opens a SQLiteDatabase, performs the query and obtains a SQLiteCursor.
4) Content Provider exits the query() method, returning the SQLiteCursor.
5) Activity receives a CursorWrapperInner object from the ContentResolver.query() call.
6) Activity uses the cursor and invokes the Cursor.close() method.At some later time, either the ContentProvider is deleted or garbage collection occurs. (I am not sure which is the trigger to the Exception)
7) An IllegalStateException is thrown because a SQLiteDatabase remains open and is a leak.
* Closing the SQLiteDatabase in the ContentProvider invalidates the Cursor before the Activity has a chance to use.
* Invoking close() on the Cursor, which is suppose to release all resources held by the Cursor, is not closing the SQLiteDatabase.
* The CursorWrapperInner class prevents the Activity from direct access to the SQLiteCursor which could be used to close the database.
What am I missing?The following is a snippet from the LogCat:
Code: D/dalvikvm( 722): GC freed 3058 objects / 180664 bytes in 143ms E/Database( 722): Leak found E/Database( 722): java.lang.IllegalStateException: /data/data/com.lebruns.android.BookManager/databases/BMMasterCatalog.db SQLiteDatabase created and never closed E/Database( 722): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase.<init>(SQLiteDatabase.java:1580) E/Database( 722): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase.openDatabase(SQLiteDatabase.java:638)
When I try to upload a video to youtube I get the same error every time, "unable to retrieve account information" I am logged in on my phone and i get all the way to the point where I'm ready to hit upload, but when I hit it, it IMMEDIATELY says "unable to retrieve account information". Any ideas, tips? I've also tried going through QIK, but it doesn't seem to be working either, it won't let me even select Youtube because it doesn't think I've set up the sharing for it, but I have.
With an iPhone, if your family shares the same computer/itunes account, you share access to all of the same mp3's, videos, and apps you've bought from itunes. Obviously I could put the same mp3's on my phone and my wife's manually, but what about apps? Is it possible to buy the app once for a family, or does android require paying for each person seperately?