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Added in API level 1

SQLiteCursorDriver

public interface SQLiteCursorDriver

android.database.sqlite.SQLiteCursorDriver


A driver for SQLiteCursors that is used to create them and gets notified by the cursors it creates on significant events in their lifetimes.

Summary

Public methods

abstract void cursorClosed()

Called by a SQLiteCursor when it it closed to destroy this object as well.

abstract void cursorDeactivated()

Called by a SQLiteCursor when it is released.

abstract void cursorRequeried(Cursor cursor)

Called by a SQLiteCursor when it is requeried.

abstract Cursor query(SQLiteDatabase.CursorFactory factory, String[] bindArgs)

Executes the query returning a Cursor over the result set.

abstract void setBindArguments(String[] bindArgs)

Set new bind arguments.

Public methods

cursorClosed

Added in API level 1
void cursorClosed ()

Called by a SQLiteCursor when it it closed to destroy this object as well.

cursorDeactivated

Added in API level 1
void cursorDeactivated ()

Called by a SQLiteCursor when it is released.

cursorRequeried

Added in API level 1
void cursorRequeried (Cursor cursor)

Called by a SQLiteCursor when it is requeried.

Parameters
cursor Cursor

query

Added in API level 1
Cursor query (SQLiteDatabase.CursorFactory factory, 
                String[] bindArgs)

Executes the query returning a Cursor over the result set.

Parameters
factory SQLiteDatabase.CursorFactory: The CursorFactory to use when creating the Cursors, or null if standard SQLiteCursors should be returned.
bindArgs String
Returns
Cursor a Cursor over the result set

setBindArguments

Added in API level 1
void setBindArguments (String[] bindArgs)

Set new bind arguments. These will take effect in cursorRequeried().

Parameters
bindArgs String: the new arguments
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