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User & Date: dan 2017-11-27 19:22:43
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2017-11-27
20:59
Update some C++ files to match recent changes to the Android core. check-in: dec1c9374f user: dan tags: trunk
20:06
Add the original versions of all the Android files imported and modified in this project. The versions imported are from commit e819e49b31dc0bc82dd617700299ad13ff6fd7f8 on the master branch of the git repository here: https://android.googlesource.com/platform/frameworks/base/ check-in: bd482c8af6 user: dan tags: base
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Remove out of date "package.html" files. check-in: e9352bdf96 user: dan tags: trunk
14:14
Remove class org.sqlite.database.ExtraUtils. No longer required now that org.sqlite.database.DatabaseUtils works. check-in: 2332e2eecd user: dan tags: trunk
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<HTML>
<BODY>
Contains classes to explore data returned through a content provider.
<p>
If you need to manage data in a private database, use the {@link
android.database.sqlite} classes. These classes are used to manage the {@link
android.database.Cursor} object returned from a content provider query. Databases
are usually created and opened with {@link android.content.Context#openOrCreateDatabase}
To make requests through
content providers, you can use the {@link android.content.ContentResolver
content.ContentResolver} class.
<p>All databases are stored on the device in <code>/data/data/&lt;package_name&gt;/databases</code>
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<HTML>
<BODY>
Contains the SQLite database management
classes that an application would use to manage its own private database.
<p>
Applications use these classes to manage private databases. If creating a
content provider, you will probably have to use these classes to create and
manage your own database to store content. See <a
href="{@docRoot}guide/topics/providers/content-providers.html">Content Providers</a> to learn
the conventions for implementing a content provider. See the
NotePadProvider class in the NotePad sample application in the SDK for an
example of a content provider. Android ships with SQLite version 3.4.0
<p>If you are working with data sent to you by a provider, you will not use
these SQLite classes, but instead use the generic {@link android.database}
classes.
<p>Android ships with the sqlite3 database tool in the <code>tools/</code>
folder. You can use this tool to browse or run SQL commands on the device. Run by
typing <code>sqlite3</code> in a shell window.
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