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  1. #1
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    PyS60 db format known?

    Is there any PC tool in order to CRUD a PyS60 db?

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    Re: PyS60 db format known?

    The only one I'm aware of, and use myself, is a S60 emulator from a SDK.

    HTH Martin

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    Re: PyS60 db format known?

    Yes, meanwhile I found the basic sample in S60 3rd SDK and manged to build a db. But I can't open the db in PyS60

    import e32dbm
    e32dbm.open(u'e:\\test.db')

    SymbianError: [Errno -20] KErrCorrupt

    This happens with the unchanged S60 sample as well as with any other prebuilt db in S60 sdk...

    What might go wrong here?

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    Re: PyS60 db format known?

    Up to now I only used e32db (not e32dbm).

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    Re: PyS60 db format known?

    Same story with e32db. S60 3rd is the hell

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    Re: PyS60 db format known?

    Are u using S60 3rd FP1 ?
    If so: Could you please generate and post a small database for double check?

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    Re: PyS60 db format known?

    BTW: KErrCorrupt is of course selfexplaning. The reason for this error? I have to have my db in the root dir or in other words: I'm not allowed to have it in a subdir...

    What a braindamaged shitty mess...

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    Re: PyS60 db format known?

    I'm using a S60 3rd FP1 phone (6120) and the S60 3rd FP1 SDK (with E Series plugin).
    I can't confirm that databases only can be created in root. At least C:\data\ and subdirectories work in my environment too. Havn't tested other locations.

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