Open organizer, select your device, select “Applications” in under your device on the right, select the application you want to look at the SQLite database on, click the download button at the bottom.
Once you have downloaded the file select show file packet contents. In the finder window that opens up look under the documents folder. In this folder you should be able to find the database. It will be the file with the “sqlite” extension. Next, you can download SQLite Studio (download link
). It may tell you you need to run in 32 bit mode (easy, right click/ctrl click and select “Get Info” then select 32 bit mode).
View your sql data.Explanation:
I’ve found this is very helpful when you need to see a large amount of data and want to organize it and search through it, for example, say you are storing a large amount of retailers and want to see how they are grouped together via their region tag you gave them. However, if you are examining just a single record it might be better to use, xCode debug and print out a single record.
Let me answer the first question you are probably asking: Is there a way to examine the Core Data - SQLite database on my iPhone while I’m debugging. Sadly, at this moment, the answer is no.