Package net.rim.device.api.database

This package provides relational database functionality for applications.

See:
          Description

Interface Summary
Cursor Provides read-only access to results returned by a database query.
Database Database allows to create and modify device side databases.
Statement The representation of a SQL statement.
 

Class Summary
BufferedCursor Caches all rows in memory for bidirectional or random access.
CursorEnumeration Wraps cursor operations in Enumeration interface.
DatabaseFactory Creates new or opens existing instances of a device database.
DatabaseSecurityOptions Defines database security options.
Row Collection of variables and values associated by column names.
 

Exception Summary
CommandException Indicates that a command did not meet required criteria.
DataTypeException Indicates that source data type did not match target data type.
DatabaseBindingException Failure to bind the parameter to a SQL statement.
DatabaseException Indicates that requested operation could not be performed on the database.
DatabaseIOException Indicates that database file failed to be opened, created, opened or created, or deleted.
DatabasePathException Indicates that the path to a database file is malformed.
SchemaException Indicates inconsistencies in schema definition.
 

Package net.rim.device.api.database Description

This package provides relational database functionality for applications. Databases can be manipulated and searched directly using SQL statements.

An application calls DatabaseFactory.create(java.lang.String, net.rim.device.api.database.DatabaseSecurityOptions) and gets back an instance of Database, a relational database handle. All subsequent operations are performed on the database handle by creating SQL statements using Database.createStatement(java.lang.String) and executing them.

Statement lifecycle

Here's a typical sequence of database operations executed via statements:

Example database interaction

Here's an example statement that performs a SELECT operation over a table:
    try {
        Database db = DatabaseFactory.create("x"); // Defaults to /SDCard/x.db
        Statement s = db.createStatement("SELECT * FROM mytable;");
        s.prepare();
        Cursor c = s.execute();
        while (cursor.hasMoreElements()) {
            Row r = (Row)cursor.nextElement();
            // Read row. For example:
            int idx1 = r.getColumnIndex("col1");
            int idx2 = r.getColumnIndex("col2");
            int val1 = r.getInteger(idx1);
            int val2 = r.getInteger(idx2);
        }
    } catch (Throwable e) { 
        throw e;
    }
  

Using Statement.bind()

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