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<title>New Content Provider wizard</title>
<shortdesc>Creates a new Android content provider.</shortdesc>
<stentry><uicontrol>Source folder</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>The folder into which the source code for the new content provider is to be stored. By default this
is the current project's src folder.</stentry>
<stentry>The package that is to contain the new content provider. By default this is the current project's
<stentry>The name to be used for the class that implements the content provider. This should be a simple,
non-qualified name.</stentry>
<stentry>(optional) The label for the content provider. Note that if you specify a label, the New Content
Provider wizard creates a string resource to hold this value. If the <uicontrol>Default</uicontrol> option
is selected, a label is not set for this content provider (the Label field is not editable); the
application's label is used instead.</stentry>
<stentry>The class from which the content provider inherits. For content providers, this is <codeph
<stentry>(optional) Permissions that should be added to the project's manifest file due to this content
provider. Click <uicontrol>Add</uicontrol> to display a list of possible permissions from which you can
<stentry>One or more URIs that are used to associate data with this content provider. Typically, the
fully-qualified name of the content provider's class is used; this is automatically filled in for you by the
wizard when the <uicontrol>Use default authority</uicontrol> option is selected. Add additional URIs by
clicking <uicontrol>Add</uicontrol>. </stentry>