Udhaya Udhaya - 1 year ago 75
Android Question

How to store the time only in SQLite?

How to store the time in SQLite?

I have use the time as a

static final
value. I was stuck in inserting the from and to time in SQLite.

I referred some sites in Google:

SQLite does not have a storage class set aside for storing dates
and/or times. Instead, the built-in Date And Time Functions of SQLite
are capable of storing dates and times as TEXT, REAL, or INTEGER

TEXT as ISO8601 strings ("YYYY-MM-DD HH: MM: SS.SSS"). REAL as Julian
day numbers, the number of days since noon in Greenwich on November
24, 4714 B.C. According to the proleptic Gregorian calendar. INTEGER
as Unix Time, the number of seconds since 1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC.
Applications can chose to store dates and times in any of these
formats and freely convert between formats using the built-in date and
time functions.

But I am confused.

And I am getting this error.

Caused by: android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: near "From": syntax error (code 1): , while compiling: CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS proname(ImageID INTEGER,Title TEXT,From INTEGER,To INTEGER); at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteConnection.nativePrepareStatem‚ÄĆ‚Äčent(Native Method)

public static final String[] titles = new String[]{"Akilam 360","Ipadikku Idhayam",
"Palsuvai Thoranam"};

public static final String[] fromtime = new String[]{"05:00:00","07:00:00","09:00:00"};

public static final String[] totime = new String[]{"07:00:00","09:00:00","11:00:00"};

public static final Integer[] images = {R.drawable.akilam_360,
R.drawable.ipadikku_idhayam, R.drawable.palsuvai_thoranam};

ListView listView;
List<Program> rowItems;
int iImageId;
String sTitle,sFrom,sTo ;
SQLiteDatabase db;

public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {

Calendar c = Calendar.getInstance();

int seconds = c.get(Calendar.SECOND);
int minutes = c.get(Calendar.MINUTE);
int hour = c.get(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY);
String time = hour+":"+minutes+":"+seconds;

timer = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.timer);

db =openOrCreateDatabase("MukilProgram", Context.MODE_PRIVATE,null);

rowItems = new ArrayList<Program>();
for (int i = 0; i < titles.length; i++) {
Program item = new Program(images[i], titles[i],fromtime[i],totime[i]);

db.execSQL("DELETE FROM proname;");

listView = (ListView) findViewById(listview);
final ProgramAdapter adapter = new ProgramAdapter(this,rowItems, false);
listView.setAdapter (adapter);

for (int i = 0; i < adapter.getCount(); i++) {
Program rowItem = (Program) adapter.getItem(i);

iImageId = rowItem.getImageId();
sTitle = rowItem.getTitle();
sFrom = rowItem.getFromtime();
sTo = rowItem.getTotime();

//sQuantity = rowItem.getQuantity();
db.execSQL("INSERT INTO proname VALUES("+ iImageId + ",'" + sTitle + "','"+sFrom+"','"+sTo+"');");
Toast.makeText(Databaseconnection.this, "Added to the Table..", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();


Answer Source

Firstly, FROM is a reserved word in SQLite. Don't use it as a column name.

If you only care about "from 5am to 7am", for example, then store two INTEGER fields for "seconds since start of day". Or minutes/hours, depending on the granularity of the data you have.

If you need something more complex, (say, your times overlapped at midnight, and the from was one day, but the to was the next day), then, obviously, you'll have to store the data somewhat differently.

However you want to implement that is up to you, but start with

final String TABLE_NAME = "proname";
 +  "ImageID INTEGER, " 
 +  "Title TEXT, " 
 +  "FromTime INTEGER, "
 +  "ToTime INTEGER" // I think you missed this field
 +  ");");

As for the remainder of the code - I don't really understand loading the adapter, and then loading the database. You could just load the database, and use a CursorAdapter against the ListView.

Along with that point, "have you tried the insert() method instead of execSQL?"

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