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Evaluate SQLite on Android App

28.09.2018 (👁310)


 

How to view the tables and data of a SQLite database in an Android app at debug runtime?

 

You can follow the instructions below:

1) Expand the project code in the file Gradle

2) Redirect terminal port

3) Output on Browser: SQLLite tables

 

1) Android Gradle-> Gradle expand

In the Android app below

Gradle Scripts-> build.gradle

The following entry in the block dependencies {..} add

 

//-----< debug: sqlite >------
debugCompile 'com.amitshekhar.android:debug-db:1.0.0'
//-----</ debug: sqlite >------

 

 

 

2) Android Studio -> Terminal

Redirect the USB port

Entering in Android Studio -> Terminal

adb forward tcp:8080 tcp:8080

 

* If the adb command is not recognized, you have to add it to the Windows 10 -> Environment Variables -> PSPath

 

Result of the terminal server

C:\_Daten\Desktop\VS_Projects\Android\demo\Demo06_Database01>adb forward tcp:8080 tcp:8080

* daemon not running. starting it now at tcp:5037 *

* daemon started successfully *

 

 

3) Android Studio-> Logcat

In the search enter debugdb

2018-09-28 19:07:53.962 6664-6664/com.codedocu.demo06_database01 D/DebugDB: Open http://192.168.178.23:8080 in your browser

 

Then under loccat

2018-09-28 19:07:53.962 6664-6664/? D/DebugDB: Open http://192.168.178.23:8080 in your browser

2018-09-28 19:33:40.346 8111-8111/com.codedocu.demo06_database01 D/DebugDB: Open http://192.168.178.23:8080 in your browser

 

 

4) Browser http: xxxx: 8080

SQLite tables

If you click on the link in the Android Terminal, Google Chrome Browser will automatically start and the website of the Android smartphone will open

Here is the Android Debug Database

[Lnk "http://192.168.178.23:8080" /]

Under Tables you will find the tables that you have stored in the current database.

The Sqlite database is automatically displayed, which is loaded to the debug process.