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Mimer on E70

Mimer on E70

Mimer on E70

does Mimer work at this mobile? Or any other 3rd edition S60 device? I have such a problem that my application works well on the emulator but doesn't on my Nokia E70. I'm opening database in AppUI second phase constructor it causes application exit.
Thanks in advice.

RE: Mimer on E70

I have no definite advice, but I would guess you need to extend the application stack somewhat. The Mimer database component uses slightly more than is supplied by the default Symbian setting.

The following is listed under "Known Problems" in the "Mimer SQL C++ API for Symbian" in the Mimer SQL Documentation:

Known problems
Stack consumption (9.2.4)
The API is currently using more stack than might be expected. To make applications work properly, ensure that the application has allocated at least 32 kb of stack. This is done using the epocstacksize keyword in the makmake project file. A common symptom of running out of stack is a KERN-EXEC 3 panic when executing the application on the device, while it works perfectly fine in the emulator.
For example:

 epocstacksize 32000

If this doesn't work for you there is obviously something else, and it would be helpfel to determine the Panic Code. Unfortunately (for the programmer) Nokia devices does not display Panic Codes unless you explicitly enable them. You enable them by creating the file c:\resource\errrd . When I debug my applications, I usually have the following line in my .PKG-file:


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