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07-15-2011 09:44 AM
We are doing some regression testing on a real device running OS 7 (126.96.36.199) and we are seeing some strange errors at a particular point. Here is the scenario:
1. User clicks a button
2. Using window.open we open a separate tab. This newly opened tab does some processing including DB updates and XHR
3. The original tab/windows continues to process and also does some DB updates.
4. Intermittently we see the following message: unable to open a transaction to the database. Error code 1
Based on the error text, we are assuming that this is a locking issue on the DB. However, what is strange is that we have never seen this issue in OS6. Has something changed in OS 7 that makes the DB engine behave differently? Or perhaps our hypothesis is wrong completely.
Any ideas/suggestions would be welcome.
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-18-2011 11:53 AM