Bacula-users mailing list [hidden email] https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/bacula-users ioc 0 num Devices=1 Hit the LSI site, and see what's what there - it may need a custom driver, or a bit of a reconfiguration, or summat.The last bit about "more targets are available" implies something is not configured.
In order to access our records from the database more easily, we should create a model class for each of our resources.
In this case, let's define a Note: In many cases, rather than interacting with SQL directly, Android apps can leverage one of the many available higher-level ORMs (object relational mappers) to persist Java models to a database table instead.
In these cases, it also isn't always possible to do so, since you might plan to run your application with a different database in production.
SQLite here is simply being used as a stand-in for something else like Postgre SQL or My SQL.
We need to write our own class to handle database operations such as creation, upgrading, reading and writing.
Database operations are defined using the SQLite Open Helper: should be done on a background thread as there is a possibility that they might be kicking off the initial creation of the database.
That means you can create, modify, and delete cache for each table separately.
Cache must be created explicitly, by default data is not cached.
Cache database is shared between different connections to the same or account and even can be transferred to other computers.