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Oct 6, 2010

Does Android provide an API for JDBC to SQLite? What I found around are Java wrappers or native drivers but not sure these are compatible with Android. Anyone has any pointers to info I can use

I have created the db using the adb shell and all I need to do is to connect to the db from an activity and run a simple query to retrieve and file.

Android :: Droid provide an API for JDBC to SQLite?


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I am using SQLite in a project used by an android application. Currently I am using the SQLite implementation provided in android.database.sqlite.

I want to make a desktop application which uses the same codebase. So I need to separate all the shared behaviour into a separate portable project/jar.

My problem is I'm currently making heavy use of android.database.sqlite. If possible I do not want to re-write every database access call to be compatible with JDBC or whatever I will have to use without using the android provided SQLite.

To solve this problem with minimal impact on the existing code. I intent to write a SQLite interface (compatible with android.database.sqlite) which the shared code will use... on android it will be implemented trivially by android.database.sqlite, and on the desktop it will be implemented by somehow mutilating SQLite through JDBC to match android.database.sqlite.

This is proving difficult as I often supply Object[] arrays to be bound to prepared statements which JDBC requires strict typing, and I am not familiar with JDBC at all.

Is there any other way to use SQLite in Java which is similar to android.database.sqlite, or any other approaches which may save me the effort (and inevitable debugging) associated with re-writing many database access points?

Disclamer: I have never until now tried using JDBC.

Simplified question: What is the best way to use SQLite in java? JDBC, other?

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I am developing an Android app that will display a random quote or verse to the user. For this I am using an SQLite database. The size of the DB would be approximately 5K to 10K records, possibly increasing to upto 1M in later versions as new quotes and verses are added. Thus the user would need to update the DB as and when newer versions are of the app or DB are released.

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Approach 1: Users will obtain the DB along with the app, and won't have to download it separately. Installation would thereby be easier. But, users will have to reinstall the app every time there is a new version of the DB. Also, if the DB is large, it will make the installable too cumbersome.

Approach 2: Users will have to download the full DB from the website (although I can provide a small, sample version of the DB via Approach 1). But, the installer will be simpler and smaller in size. Also, I would be able to provide future versions of the DB easily for those who might not want newer versions of the app.

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