user = new HashMap<>();             user.put("name",cursor.getString(cursor.getColumnIndex(KEY_NAME)));             user.put("designation",cursor.getString(cursor.getColumnIndex(KEY_DESG)));             user.put("location",cursor.getString(cursor.getColumnIndex(KEY_LOC)));             userList.add(user);         }         return  userList;     }     // Delete User Details     public void DeleteUser(int userid){         SQLiteDatabase db = this.getWritableDatabase();         db.delete(TABLE_Users, KEY_ID+" = ? It does not have the menus XML file. The simplest Adapter to populate a view from an ArrayList is the ArrayAdapter.That’s what we’ll implement in this tutorial. The pid field is an auto-increment field. Android ListView Tutorial Content Index Creating a simple ListView The main goal is to show the items (users) of the List on the screen through a scrollable visualization.             , Now open your main activity file from \java\com.tutlane.sqliteexample path and write the code like as shown below, package com.tutlane.sqliteexample; import android.content.Intent; import; import android.os.Bundle; import android.view.View; import android.widget.Button; import android.widget.EditText; import android.widget.Toast; public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {     EditText name, loc, desig;     Button saveBtn;     Intent intent;     @Override     protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {         super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);         setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);         name = (EditText)findViewById(;         loc = (EditText)findViewById(;         desig = (EditText)findViewById(;         saveBtn = (Button)findViewById(;         saveBtn.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {             @Override             public void onClick(View v) {                 String username = name.getText().toString()+"\n";                 String location = loc.getText().toString();                 String designation = desig.getText().toString();                 DbHandler dbHandler = new DbHandler(MainActivity.this);                 dbHandler.insertUserDetails(username,location,designation);                 intent = new Intent(MainActivity.this,DetailsActivity.class);                 startActivity(intent);                 Toast.makeText(getApplicationContext(), "Details Inserted Successfully",Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();             }         });     } }. In the previous post, you learnt how to append or add new items to a ListView. If you observe above example, we are saving entered details in SQLite database and redirecting the user to another activity file ( to show the users details and added all the activities in AndroidManifest.xml file. ",new String[]{String.valueOf(id)});         return  count;     } }. Populate a complex ListView (text and images) from the built-in Android SQLite DB. To have a workable example application that loads MySQL data in a ListView, first you need to create a database called dbtest and a table called tblproduct that has three fields: pid, pname, and uprice. Once we create a new layout resource file details.xml, open it and write the code like as shown below,