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I am a newbie to android and developing an mobile application which is associated with a website.

In my android application there is a home screen with two buttons namely login and register. When user clicks on register, the form data has to be stored in SQL server. For that, how should I approach?
I heard that we should use webservices to connect SQL DB. But I am not aware of web service.
What is the process to connect?

Please tell me in detail.
Posted 26-Apr-11 18:58pm
Updated 26-Apr-11 19:32pm
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Solution 1

nareshbammidi 27-Apr-11 1:30am
but i want the process to connect sql server through webservice...for that first that what should i prepare.
Sandeep Mewara 27-Apr-11 1:39am
Webservice would talk to a database. You can place an additional layer between webserivce and database if needed.

Have database, then WebService(or wrapper) talking to that database.
nareshbammidi 27-Apr-11 1:47am
sandeep..thanks for ur resposnse... do i need to install any special kind of softwares for developing webservices?
Sandeep Mewara 27-Apr-11 1:47am

Read the articles and you would know all. Just the .NET framework to develop the webservice.
nareshbammidi 27-Apr-11 1:57am
i executed some sample codes those connecting to that code there is an uri for would i create that uri?
aspnet_regiis 7-Aug-12 8:07am
Learn the basics of Web services..
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Solution 2

You need to create web service bridge ,
you can make any web service php , java , .net

You can do
android web service connect to asp web service(or any)
and asp will connect to sql server

and you will require one server as a intermediate like IIS server.

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