During my application i've produced an application. Within the page, i've placed 4 designs.First will be the main Absolute layout in which the background image placed. second may be the table layout in which i've placed 3 edit text boxes, next is definitely an absolute layout where i'm attempting to display the latitude and longitude value. Final is definitely an absolute layout, where i've placed an OK button.

when the ok button is pressed i wish to produce a database for that data joined within the edit text box and also the longitude latitude values

how to produce a database for that data joined within the edit text boxes...

please assist me to..

1) AbsoluteLayout is deprecated. Use RelativeLayout rather. http://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/AbsoluteLayout.html

2) http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/data/data-storage.html#db virtually covers the DB creation.

You produce a assistant class stretching the Android-provided SQLiteOpenHelper and override the onCreate. Then just create a clear case of that class within your primary Activity. For that example around the web page, this is:

DictionaryOpenHelper mSQL = new DictionaryOpenHelper(this);

You'll be able to call getWriteableDatabase(); and getReadadableDatabase(); on that object.

SQLiteDatabase db = mSQL.getWriteableDatabase();

Then you definitely only use the built-in functionality to place values which you'll grab out of your EditText fields. A good example of the way the place statement searches for me (I run it inside a background thread now though, to prevent doing Database-intensive things around the UI thread):

/** SQL insert statement */
private void addIP(String string) {
    SQLiteDatabase db = sql.getWritableDatabase();
    ContentValues values = new ContentValues();
    values.put(IP_DB, string);
    values.put(TIME, System.currentTimeMillis());
    db.insert(TABLE_NAME, null, values);

Educate yourself on Databases in Android and you will be fine.

For Database Table creation have a look at this....