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How do connect to ultralite database that is on my sd card.

asked 16 Apr '12, 13:39

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Tejasvi
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Something like this will do:

Configuration config = DatabaseManager.createConfigurationFileAndroid(
    "/sdcard/Android/data/app.package.name/files/test.udb", getApplicationContext() );
Connection conn = DatabaseManager.connect( config );

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answered 16 Apr '12, 13:58

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Andy Quick
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I tried this but i get this error "com.ianywhere.ultralitejni12.implementation.JniException: UltraLiteJ Error[-954]: The database '/data/data/Tejash.Agni/goroute.udb' was not found" where goroute is my file name and tejash.agni is package in which database is stored

(16 Apr '12, 14:06) Tejasvi
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File paths in the Android file system are case-sensitive. Could that be the problem?

(16 Apr '12, 14:15) Andy Quick
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You indicated that you were interested in accessing the database on an SDCard. The error you report looks like an internal file storage reference. A reference to an SDCard location will look more like:

    /mnt/sdcard/Android/data/com.sybase.repro/files/database.udb

I generally use the following approach in code:

    String dbPath = getApplicationContext().getExternalFilesDir(null)
            + "/database.udb";

For internal storage, the code I use looks like:

    String dbPath = getApplicationContext().getFilesDir()
            + "/database.udb";

and the resulting directory looks like:

    /data/data/com.sybase.repro/files/database.udb
(16 Apr '12, 15:05) Chris Keating
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