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Contributor
Posts: 13
Registered: ‎02-09-2012
My Device: all
My Carrier: none

SQLite database size limit

What is the limit for the database size created through JavaScript?

Emulators seem to allow quite large databases (they do ask user to confirm size increase), but I don't know if physical device behave differently.

 

Also, is there any programmatic notification to JavaScript if user is asked to confirm the size increase? I can't find any.

 

Thanks,

 

Sam

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Posts: 435
Registered: ‎09-20-2011
My Device: Z10 LE, Playbook, DevAlpha C, 9900, 9380
My Carrier: Vodafone

Re: SQLite database size limit

If you are inserting data like images i better ask you to use files instead of database. Database are little bit slower when you insert large datas.

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Re: SQLite database size limit

No - this is Line-Of-Business application that requires relational database operations.