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  1. #1
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    Unstable Rms system

    Hi, I developed an S40 Nokia application that is working in a 6300. I use the RMS system to register records. I add a delete records continously. But more than once, the application have closed or the phone turned off suddenly and when run again the app to check my records I find that some records that I erased have come back and others have been erased.I have proved in some 6300´s and it happens any time not so frequently. It is like the rms record store gets to an old state.

    Regards
    Pancho

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    Re: Unstable Rms system

    Hello

    This is weird, I haven't heard of it before. Could you post some relevant code.
    :Ruben

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    Re: Unstable Rms system

    How you deleting records. If you use "deleteRecord" method then you can't use that record ID again in your application. So may be you are trying to delete the record which is already deleted. If you want to reuse the Record ID then use "setRecord" instead of "deleteRecord".

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