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Whenever we change any table, like add a new column or delete existing column, we have to change the version number in database java class. Is there any other way to update it automatically?
 
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I, too, find the built-in DB a bit awkward to use. But since many people think so, quite a few ORM libraries have sprung up to take some of the pain of dealing with it out of it. Maybe one of those is to your tastes: https://android-arsenal.com/tag/69. You'll find many more by searching for "android orm libraries".
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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