1. Learn basics of java
2. Learn basics of databases
3. Learn basics of eclipse
4. Learn basics of access database via java.
5. Design application
6. Find java library that does charts. Learn how to use it.
7. Write application
8. Learn basics of Android programming
9. Learn basics of 'using' database on Android
10. Write Android application.
Step 9 might actually involve learning serving programming which involves several other steps.
I wrote some code to insert custom annotations into a TIFF file, but I am having two problems.
First, the annotation description does not appear to be written correctly to the TIFF file, though the value is fine. I used AsTiffTagViewer to inspect the file, so it is possible that program does read descriptions for custom metadata.
Secondly, and this is more important, the exact same code does not work on Linux (runs w/o error but the annotations are not written). It runs fine on Windows 7. Below is a list of the jar files I have tried adding to the class path:
Thanks for your response. As I said, there is no exception thrown in the code ("runs w/o error"). The problem is that the custom metadata isn't being written to the destination file (output.TIF). In the example above that would be the FirstName and LastName ("Arthur Dent", "Ford Prefect", "Zaphod Beeblebrox"). Sorry I wasn't more explicit.
Sorry, but you really need to provide more than that. I can only assume there is either a bug somewhere in your code, or an incompatibility with a library. The only way to narrow it down is to do some debugging.