Android Question An alien mystery

LucaMs

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clsEmployee is a simple class that has its simple properties, like "FirstName".

CurrentEmployee is an object of type clsEmployee.

I change CurrentEmployee.FirstName but...

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LucaMs

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I see. Does it happen with the rapid debugger as well (see my private message)?

No, it does not happen in rapid debugger mode.

The strange thing is that now I get a duplicate key error in the database (instructions above) :eek:

android.database.sqlite.SQLiteConstraintException: PRIMARY KEY must be unique (code 19)


I will check.
 
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LucaMs

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more precisely in Rapid Debugger Mode I can see the value of the property member variable I used (mFirstName).


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LucaMs

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The strange thing is that now I get a duplicate key error in the database (instructions above) :eek:

android.database.sqlite.SQLiteConstraintException: PRIMARY KEY must be unique (code 19)

This is because I use a transaction with Try-Catch-End Try and in rapid mode debugger the error (mine!) Is reported.
 
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