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Naeem Arshad
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Hello !
I m trying to provide SQLite DB to Google Gears ant want that gear should read my db .
can anyone of you tell me the proper procedure to adopt?
 
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You mean the Gears Database API? What specifically in the API document are you asking about?
 
Naeem Arshad
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No. I told you the scenario and asked about the proper solution.
 
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Naeem,
Your question is very general. I'm asking what phase you are having trouble with. Can you connect to the database? Can you do a query? What code do you have so far? Do you get an error message?
 
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Dear Jeanne Boyarsky,
I have told that i want to provide some data in sqlite db to the gears and also want to show this data into some html/jsp page. Please tell me the proper location where should i place my sqlite file ? so that gears can read it instead of creating a new file. please guide me or give me some piece of code so that i can be able to do so.
 
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I have told that i want to provide some data in sqlite db to the gears and also want to show this data into some html/jsp page. Please tell me the proper location where should i place my sqlite file ? so that gears can read it instead of creating a new file. please guide me or give me some piece of code so that i can be able to do so.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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