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Maximum size of database

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Maximum size of database

Postby shraddha294 » Wed Oct 01, 2008 6:49 am

I am considering two options of creating database and interested in knowing the maximum size that can be given to a database.
1. I see that SQLlite allows us to set the maximum size allowable for the database. Can this be set to themaximum available on the device :P ?
2. What would be the maximum allowable size of database if I use content provider ?

In other words, What is the max size a db can grow on thee Android device, can it cover the total available memory space of the app, or it has its own limit?

Thanks for ur time.
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