Thu, 16 Jan
I have a read-only database connection. I open the connection like this: I read data from the database using db.
The table I'm reading from is a standard SQLite table: There is a separate writeable connection open to the same database at the same time, owned by a WebView.
I expect this may prove to be the ultimate cause of the problem, but I'd like to understand in detail why a read-only connection would interfere with a separate writeable connection. I am well aware that the general advice is to use a single connection to the database, but since the writeable connection is owned by the WebView, I don't have easy access to it from the Java code.
When the new version of the app starts up, the read-only database connection in the native Java code is opened. When this connection spots the journal, it tries to roll back the journal.
And because it's a read-only connection, it fails. This fits with the crash being observed immediately on startup after I've made a change.
The correct fix is therefore to make the Java connection a writeable connection. This connection never attempts a write during normal operation, but it must write when recovering from a previous interrupted write through the WebView's writeable connection.SQLite When running my program to query the iPod library of my iPhone, I get the following output in the console: CPSqliteStatementPerform: attempt to write a readonly database for UPDATE regardbouddhiste.com_container SET orig_date_modified = (SELECT date_modified FROM container WHERE pid=container_pid) WHERE orig_date_modified=0.
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