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03-07-2011 02:06 PM
I guess to further my question.... What command lines do i need at the import section at the top? also what commands start the construction of datafields and initiate there storage in the sqllite local data storage... also is there a trick to keep it on the device so that updates do not affect the storage?
03-07-2011 02:13 PM
Have you looked at the API yet at:
There are no "command line" tools, everything is done via the API.
You can place the database file in app-storage and that is untouched by upgrades. Uninstalls will remove this directory (beware).