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Sqlite Database Connection in Multi device application (Android)

Sqlite Database Connection in Multi device application (Android)

Sqlite Database Connection in Multi device application (Android)

I am using RAD Studio 10.3 (Delphi) for development of Android application.
When is use some components(Buttons,Textbox etc) then it runs fine on my connected android device.
But when i am trying to use Sqlite connection (TFDConnection component) it does not work on my android device, it just shows blank screen.
i think the problem is due database file path, may be it gets failed on android device because database path not get found.

Can anyone please help me to Sqlite database connection for android app successfully.

RE: Sqlite Database Connection in Multi device application (Android)

Have you checked this link. It explains how to use SQLite on Mobile apps (and desktops).

Towards the bottom of the article you'll find "Setting Up Your Database Deployment for mobile",

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