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Android to SQL server on Wifi

Problems with WiFi, SQLite ,Bluetooth, WiMax, Proxies, etc...

Android to SQL server on Wifi

Postby Hoornet » Sun Oct 28, 2012 2:36 pm

This is my first post, so hello to everybody!

I'd like to connect and run SQL queries on SQL server right from the Android device.
I would like to create a program that get's and writes data directly from an SQL server machine connected through the wireless WiFi.

Any ideas? Thank you
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