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\r\nI have a problem with one application in my tablet.
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\r\nI introduce data that are being acumulated in a db. file but sometimes when I go back through the botom "back", even if I have saved the file before, the data go to 0. At least is that I see when I view the table.
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\r\nSo, Im asking me if there is any application o way to view the db-journal file to watch the sequence in which the data were created and then find the "moment" where the problem came.
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\r\nThanks to everybody in advance.
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    \nThe db-journal file extension is associated with the SQLite - a relational database management system.
    \nSQLite database image is not always stored in a single file within the file-system.
    \nIt is also possible for it to be distributed between the database file and a journal file.
    \nJournal file is in simple text format with UTF-8 coding and it is editable in any text editor.
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      Unanswered: Anyone know how to view a db-journal file ?

      Hi all,

      I have a problem with one application in my tablet.

      I introduce data that are being acumulated in a db. file but sometimes when I go back through the botom "back", even if I have saved the file before, the data go to 0. At least is that I see when I view the table.

      So, Im asking me if there is any application o way to view the db-journal file to watch the sequence in which the data were created and then find the "moment" where the problem came.

      Thanks to everybody in advance.

      Fernando

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