Android :: Access The My Web Application Database In Emulator

Feb 11, 2010

How to access my web application database in android emulator, i want list out my database values. These are in my web application. database name employees and table: employee_data. i want to get employee_data data on android emulator.

Android :: access the my web application database in emulator


Android :: Deleting Application Database From Emulator

Sep 16, 2010

I'm testing an application I'm working on and I wanted to delete the database my application creates so I could read all the data from my web server back in to a fresh one.

I launched adb, went to data/data/my.applicaton.package/databases and did a "rm mydatabase". This deleted the database (note: I've done this many many times before without a problem).

I launched my application again and, to my surprise, a new database wasn't created. Even more surprising is there was data in my application. My application is still pulling the data from some where! It gets a Cursor from my database and uses a CursorAdapter to populate the list. So, it is obviously reading from a database (seemingly a cached one?).

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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 :: Access Oracle Database Directly From Application

Oct 11, 2010

I'm new to the android application development. I found some packages java.sql and javax.sql packages in the API of android while going through it. My doubt is can I access the Oracle Database directly using drivers. So what type of driver is used to connect.

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Android :: Access Websites MS SQL 2008 Database From Another Application

Oct 29, 2009

Basically I am creating a database driven website in Web Developer 2008. The database is stored in the App_Data folder of my website project. Could I have an iPhone, Blackberry, Symbian, Windows Phone, webOS or Android app access the database via an HTTP (or some other type of) request? I would like to know if this is possible before I move too far in the programming.

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Android :: Access External Database From Droid Application?

Mar 17, 2010

I'm new bie to android.. i want to access external database from my android application.. I've searched so much time in the Internet but could not get exact idea how to implement?

Please help me If any one is having idea on that and post if u have any code related to it.

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General :: How To Make Android Application To Access Database On Laptop

May 14, 2013

how to make an android application to access a database on a laptop

1- do i need an internet or network? and how can i establish it between the laptop and the android device?

2-can i use HTTP request or anything else? and how?

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Android : Access Application To Mysql Database In Order To Display Some Of Data?

May 24, 2010

I have an mysql database with some sports results in it. I want to write an android application to display these data on mobile phones.

Ive searched on the internet for this issue and i think it is not possible to have a direct connection between the mysql database and the android application. (Is this right?)

So my question is the following: How can i have access in the android application to the mysql database in order to display some of the data?

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Android :: Gears Database In G1 Or Emulator

Mar 6, 2009

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Android :: Where Does Emulator Store SQLite Database

Oct 2, 2009

I'm working on an Android application that stores data in a SQLite database. My question is, where does this database file get stored on the filesystem when you're using an emulator?

I have seen that it's stored in /data/data/package_name/databases

But I need to know where on my local machine's hard drive that actually maps to. The database persists on multiple runs of the emulator, even after having shut down the machine, so it can't just reside in RAM...

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Android :: Get Mysql Database Connection In Emulator

Feb 13, 2010

How to get the MySQL database connection in android emulator? I try to connect using java.sql.* package like this

I get the exception: java.sql.SQLException:no suitable drive

How can I use sql packages in android mobile?

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Android :: Web Access To Database

Dec 7, 2009

I would like to ask you smart people if anyone has seen any documentation regarding web access to a database from within an Android application. I would like to create a (FREE) application where the users can share information (rants/complains) around the globe. Each user will be able to see a little globe in his phone with locations of other users and some specific information about them.

Architecturally, I am thinking "database in my GoDaddy host, exposing a web service", and the web service accessed from the Android application. But I see no documentation about accessing web services. I can also go XML, maybe, but I am not seeing what mechanisms exist in the Android for over-the-web XML access.

I have a feeling I am mis-understanding something big in the picture. Can someone point me to docs, or knows something about this topic? (the iPhone has a Lighter app where you can see people lighting around the globe. Mine is similar, but people would not be lighting, instead they will be "complaining/ranting").

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Android :: Access Database

May 26, 2010

I am working on a Android app and I have a dilemma. I have a list of Objects. I have to update each of these objects with a database. I have 2 methods:

Method 1:I can loop through the Objects. For each object I can connect to the server, update it, and then move on to the next Object, and so forth.

Method 2:I can store the Objects in a list, send the whole list to the server, update it on the server side, then return a list of updated objects.

My questions are:

Which method is faster?
Which method is easier on the phone's battery?

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Android :: Access SQL Database

Jul 14, 2010

I understand that to access a SQL database from Android I need to create a web service that will run on the SQL server and will process requests from the Android application, what I need to know is how to create this web service and how to access it from Android.

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Android :: Database Access

Jul 27, 2010

I'm using an sqlite database in my app.

I have this dbhelper class in a services class like so.

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

In my activity classes I access and keep this application as a local variable like so:

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

And my service call looks like this:

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

I've added these overrides in to try to get rid of my memory leaks.

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

But I can't get my memory leaks to stop.

How to rid myself of these memory leaks? These leaks are of the type:

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

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Android :: Access Of Database

Jun 18, 2010

I am new to android platform. I am testing one android phone application. I want to see the database entries for that.

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How To Access Database On PC By Android App

Feb 1, 2012

I have to make android app that received files from mobiles and save it on database in pc.

How to create database on pc that i can access it by android app?which technique is the best for this Bluetooth or Wifi or...between the mobiles?

which technique is the best for this Bluetooth or Wifi or...between mobile and pc?

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Android :: Application In Emulator Without Restarting Emulator In Eclipse?

Apr 8, 2009

Is there a way to reload an Android application in the emulator without closing the emulator, saving any code changes, and running the emulator again? If I make even a simple change to the layout, it takes about 30 seconds by time I run it in Eclipse and Android "boots", and I can unlock the emulator to run the application. Is there any way to shorten this time when making changes, or is it something I just have to deal with?

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Android :: Find Path Of Database File In Emulator?

Jul 27, 2009

I am executing some sqlite query in the Android emulator. I want to know which path that database files are storing. Pls give me some idea how to find it. If u can provide me some code snippet.

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Android :: Copy SQL Lite Database To Device - And Not Emulator

Jun 19, 2009

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?

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Android : Need To Get Hibernate Mysql Database Connection To Emulator

Feb 9, 2010

I new to android developer. how connect mysql web server database in android emulator. my web application database is connect by hibernate in struts2 application. so please help me and send some code for struts and android application code.

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Android :: Database Access / How To Close It

Aug 2, 2010

I am creating an android app that is basically a listing of information on Mushrooms. I get this information from an sqlite database. I have a global singleton with a services class inside it in which I use to access my db. Almost every activity accesses the db. Is it better to leave my db open all the time or open and close it as I need the data? If the best practice is to leave it open all the time, where do I need to make sure to close it and what is the worst case scenario if I left it open when the activity was destroyed?

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Android :: Access Data In An ASP.NET Database Via App

Jul 22, 2010

I have a Windows web server already set up with a website (unlimited application pools) and I want to be able to access a database on that server via the Android app I'm developing. How can I do this? Can someone point me to a tutorial or give code example of how this cross-platform (Android/Java to ASP.NET/C#) communication can be done? (I'm trying to create a leader board or global scoreboard for my Android game on my server.)

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Android :: Database Access Across Tabs

Jul 22, 2010

I have four tabs (reports, review reports, map and settings). I have an sqlite database populated with report information. I wish to have the database accessible throughout the application. The reports tab successfully adds data to the database however using the same methodology crashes the application. The Android debugger points to the line where the database is called again.

In the reports tab the following code is used to launch the database...

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

In the onCreate() method of the Review Tab - Where I wish to review reports - I try to access to the database through the call calling the return report method

this.reportDatabase = new ReportDatabase(this);

However this fails to work. In the android debugger highlights that the problem belongs with the context being provided to it. I realise that the report database has already been accessed by the report tab and wonder if this is causing the issue. I am new to programming android, the application is designed to report on flamingos in Africa, any help would be greatly appreciated!

Following the suggestion of Seva Alekseyev I have adapted as follows...

I have adapted my ReportDatabase as...

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

using...

reportDatabase = ReportDatabase.open(this);

As the call in both the report and review tab. Unfortunately this doesn't seem to work, the debugger stops on the same method. The full ReportDatabase.java file is here...

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


This method returns a double array and probably shouldn't be this hacky...

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

With the error stack being...

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

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Android :: Access Database In BroadcastReceiver?

Dec 12, 2009

I have a problem when using database in broadcastReceiver.

I can't open the database created in the activity. e.g: malwareDB = new PackageDB(this);

The eclipse give me the error that "PackageDB(this)" is undefined.

It seems that the BroadcastReceiver doesn't support the database?

Do have have to access the data base in the "service"?

Here is the definition of "PackageDB":

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

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Android : How To Access Distant Database From App?

Jan 16, 2010

I'd like to access an Internet database from my app to edit it and read it. Any link I should read or any advise?

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Android :: Access A Database Server Directly

Sep 6, 2010

Is there any way to access the a database server directly in Android? If not, why? Also, are there any external tools for this?

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Android :: Data Passing And Database Access

Sep 23, 2009

I am experiencing a problem where when the android device wake up from sleep, the Activity would take forever to get redrawn(and have to terminate it most of the time). I am not sure why, but when I comment out the code below where it retrieves an object from the database based on id stored in the bundle, the problem goes away.

Not sure why the db transaction is causing an issue.

secondly, is it better to store the object in bundle instead of storing its id and retrieving it from db in onCreate?

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

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Android :: Access Path Of Database Or File Of Different App

Aug 13, 2010

Is it possible to get path of database file in android at path : "/data/system/accounts.db"

In my app i want to use this database, but not getting its path. if i do hardcoding and remove the file i'm able to do it. But i want to access it as database so that i can drop the table.

code i tried:

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

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Android :: Database Access Design Approach

Aug 30, 2010

I have a general Android design question around data access. I have a number of activities in my application that need to access a SQLite database. In order to wrap up all data access logic in one place I have created a DatbaseHandler class that takes care of all data access logic. This class takes care of building up where clauses, calling the database and interrogating the resulting cursor to retrieve the query results and return them to the caller. The purpose of this class is to wrap all data access code in one place so that it can be easily managed and maintained as opposed to having data access logic scattered across all activities. Each activity that needs access to the database creates an instance of this DatabaseHandler class and passes it a reference of android.content.Context. The DatabaseHandler class then uses this Context object to call an underlying content provider as follows context_i.getContentResolver().query(...).

My data access logic (cursor handling logic to be specific) is not in the activity and so I cannot manage the cursors life cycle, therefore there is likely to be memory leaks.

My questions are as follows -

How can I (if its even possible) manage the cursors life cycle from outside an Activity? Should each activity even be creating an instance of this data handler class and passing an instance of Context to it? Perhaps my design approach is wrong and I should expose these data access functions as static methods that take an instance of the calling activity as a parameter. That way I could perform managed queries and let the activity take care of managing the cursors life cycle?

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