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    Default Eclipse + Android + sqllite

    i'm developing the android system with sqllite,
    1. i able to develop, edit and delete the data, the problem now is i need to use this sql for future use(web page), can this be done?
    2. and i cant find the database anywhere inside every folder i searched.
    3. can i view my stored data with table view like what access and sql does?
    4. can i use MSSQL(which stored at webpage under App_Data's folder) as my database?

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    Default Re: Eclipse + Android + sqllite

    If you're writing for an Android app then I think SQLLite is your only choice of database.
    Most certainly you won't be able to use SQL-Server.
    If the database is not going to be on the Android device, then you can use whatever you want.

    I'm not sure where the SQLLite db is stored in the development environment, but in a device it is built into the OS.
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    Default Re: Eclipse + Android + sqllite

    Quote Originally Posted by Tolls View Post
    If you're writing for an Android app then I think SQLLite is your only choice of database.
    Most certainly you won't be able to use SQL-Server.
    If the database is not going to be on the Android device, then you can use whatever you want.

    I'm not sure where the SQLLite db is stored in the development environment, but in a device it is built into the OS.
    thank for the reply, actually i wanted to develop the apps and web(asp.net) which sharing the same database, what is your best advice to solve this scenario?

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    Default Re: Eclipse + Android + sqllite

    Then the database is on the web side, so you can use whatever you want, within the limitations of your host environment.
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