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public final class DefaultDatabaseErrorHandler
extends Object implements DatabaseErrorHandler

   ↳ android.database.DefaultDatabaseErrorHandler

Default class used to define the action to take when database corruption is reported by sqlite.

An application can specify an implementation of DatabaseErrorHandler on the following:

The specified DatabaseErrorHandler is used to handle database corruption errors, if they occur.

If null is specified for the DatabaseErrorHandler param in the above calls, this class is used as the default DatabaseErrorHandler.


Public constructors


Public methods

void onCorruption(SQLiteDatabase dbObj)

defines the default method to be invoked when database corruption is detected.

Inherited methods

Public constructors


added in API level 11
DefaultDatabaseErrorHandler ()

Public methods


added in API level 11
void onCorruption (SQLiteDatabase dbObj)

defines the default method to be invoked when database corruption is detected.

dbObj SQLiteDatabase: the SQLiteDatabase object representing the database on which corruption is detected.

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