Android Sqlite sqlite3_bind_parameter_count
Hi we want to execute statements that contain the standard sqlite named placeholderpatter like "select * from contatct where contactid=#contactid" Such statements are defined on our server for other applications (iOS, WIndowsPhone etc.) I found nothing ind the android.database.sqlite namespace that allows such a handling, it is only the placeholder "?" provided- That really sucks, anyone experience with something like that? We need something like this raw methods in android sqlite3_bind_parameter_count sqlite3_bind_parameter_index sqlite3_bind_parameter_name Thank you very much.
I don't now whether there is a chance of using names but you could use compileStatement() and bind your parameters by its position in the query (e.g. by using named constants).
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