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Old January 12th, 2013, 01:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to CONNECT SQLITE database to ECLIPSE Android?

Hi, im from Philippines. And were doing our thesis project. Where we need to connect the sqlite database to eclipse android so that we can create the android app that we needed. Is there someone who can teach me or give me the code on how to connect sqlite to eclipse???? PLEASE HELP ME

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Old January 12th, 2013, 05:55 AM   #2 (permalink)
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SQLite is an embedded RDBMS, which means that it runs in the process that uses it, not as a client-server system. What you'll need to do is use the SQLite API in its library to give your app access to the data.

I don't know what ECLIPSE Android is. If it has something to do with the Eclipse IDE, I'm guessing that you already possess the coding skills that you'll need to access the SQLite API. If you don't, maybe the SQLite Database Browser will give you access to the database files themselves.
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Li you haven't already, have a look at the documentation here: SQLite Documentation

Just to make sure you have all you need:


Latest Eclipse IDE
Latest Java JDK
Latest Android SDK and emulator(required for testing)

And some books and online training materials - www.codecademy.com/
is a good starting point, as is google's android reources
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First you may want to check out the AF developer section here:
Application Development - Android Forums

Then some tutorials:
Android SQLite Database and ContentProvider - Tutorial

Using SQLite Database with Android - CodeProject

And the official Android Guide/Docs:
Storage Options | Android Developers


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