My plan is to prepopulate a database on a virtual device and then include database in the distribution of my app.However, I can't find the database file.Is it on my hard disk some where?How do I get it?I tried connecting using adb, I did an "ls" and then got really scared by this obscure list of directories.
I am using a db file and trying to access that file thru emulator it works perfectly fine but when i run the same app on device i get the error of no such table when i checked the path also it gives the right path and also the status of database open flag it returns true not able to guess what i am i doing wrong i have changed the permissions of database folder also for the emulator still no luck for that reason i wanted to check the folder of device are the db files present ...
Is there a database anywhere that has all of the different devices that use the android operating system and what their technical specs are. Mainly screen size, screen density, internal storage, external storage, memory, etc.
I need to view the contents of my app's database on my device.I have read you can copy the database off the phone using 'adb pull' but I really have no idea how to issue this command, or where to find the database on the phone.
I have a app in development. It write data to a SQLite database. I've tested the app on my NexusOne over the weekend and have a bunch of data now in the database. I'd like to copy the database off of the phone and onto my dev machine.
I've tried to use adb pull <path to mydatabase> <path to my local machine> but it gives me a Permission Denied error.
How can I view the contents of my databases on the actual phone? I have followed the docs, using the adb and sqlite commands, but while these work fine on an emulator when I'm connected to the device I get a permissions error.
I have an SQL lite database that I am trying to copy to the device. I was able to copy it to the emulator easily using DDMS however with the protection in the device, I cannot access the database files from the DDMS perspective.
I read many attempts here but couldn't find an easy solution.
Is there any way to attach the database (let's say named 'proj') and replace the currently created database proj in he device files?
The database file is identified by Dalvik when I insert it via the Dalvik Debug Monitor Server (DDMS), but when I add the database to the project assist it doesn't even upload to the device (as I can see through the DDMS). How to fix it?
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 somehow backup my applitcations database to a file so that it can later be retored using that file. The only way I would do it would be by reading every table to an xml ffile but it seems soo ineficient. The data does not have to be humand readable.
Is it possible to take a csv file stored in the res/raw resource directory and use it to populate a table in the sqlite3 database? My thought was that, if there was a way to do a bulk import for the entire file into the table then that would be cleaner and faster than iterating over each line in the file and executing individual insert statements...
but I'm having trouble applying those statements in my Android application. My first thought was to try something like the following...but no luck:
Using Local XML file as a database for a android app?
I am trying to build a app with flash using a xml file as database, to read the xml from a external file from the local directory isn't a problem, the problem is how to write data from flash to the xml file.
I have trouble with finding my SQLite Database. As we can access the SQLite databases on a running emulator like below: adb -s emulator-5554 shell sqlite3 /data/data/package_name/databases/database_name But what if I am testing my application on real device(HTC Here-Android) ? where does i find my database?
Is it possible to choose a custom location for the sqlite database file? If possible I want to store the database file in the memory card. And if user switches from one memory card to the other I want my application to use whatever version of the database file available on the card.
Im doing an app which uses sqlite db file in assets folder, There is a screen in my app having a button 'check for update'. Client has given me an URL link to update db file(which gives a sqlite file). When user clicks on the button i need to upgrade the old db file with new db file from URL.
I'm trying to start unit testing on my application (should have done so from the beginning). I've got an Eclipse project structure set up and everything seems to work well, but...
I'm subclassing SQLiteOpenHelper to access the application database. This works well for the application, but when using the same class in the unit tests, it writes to the same database as the actual application. This is obviously rather irritating, since unit test data shows up when developing and testing the actual application.
What's the best way to make the SQLiteOpenHelper class write to a different database file when being called from the unit tests?
We want to store credentials for a user to a web service so the user doesn't have to repeatedly login, but we're concerned about security. We can't store a hash on the database, but we could probably use JCE encryption locally.
Is the content in SharedPreferences secured on the Android device?
As i am Creating SQLite database connection while running when i view ddms fileexplorer show the size of database as 3072 i think that why i am unable to open the data base and retrive the values so please anybody can help me out to sort out this error
In one android application, I created a database file in data/data/com.rams/databases/dbfilename.
If I created a second application with the same package name (com.rams) and I access the database file created with my first application, the second application is able to access the database contents.
How can I secure the database file created with my first application?