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Adobe AIR/SQLlite ArrayCollection error

Posted on 2009-05-12
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I am connecting to a SQLite database. I want to return the results as an array collection to display in a datagrid, but i am getting the following error:

Severity and Description      Path      Resource      Location      Creation Time      Id
Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: data. [Generated code (use -keep to save): Path: data-generated.as, Line: 156, Column: 14]            hitAndRun      Unknown      1242153146345      3006

When i debug the application the results are returned correctly in an array but there is an error when my datagrid isnt commented out. thanks in advance.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<mx:WindowedApplication xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml" 

	layout="vertical" creationComplete="init()">

	

	<mx:Script>

		<![CDATA[

			import mx.collections.ArrayCollection;

			

			private var sqlConn:SQLConnection;

			private var sqlFile:File;

			

			[Bindable]

			private var acPeeps:ArrayCollection;

			

			private function init():void

			{

				sqlFile = File.applicationStorageDirectory.resolvePath("motility.db");

				sqlConn = new SQLConnection();

				sqlConn.open(sqlFile, SQLMode.CREATE);

				

				var stmt:SQLStatement = new SQLStatement();

				stmt.sqlConnection = sqlConn;

				stmt.text = "CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS motility(" + 

						"playerid INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT, " + 

						"date DATE, " + 

						"LtoRmostinarowBB TEXT, " + 

						"RtoLmostinarowBB TEXT, " + 

						"LtoRhitsBB TEXT, " + 

						"RtoLhitsBB TEXT)";

 

				 stmt.execute();

				 var result:SQLResult = stmt.getResult();

				 trace("Table was created");

			}

			

			private function createRecord():void

			{

				var stmt:SQLStatement = new SQLStatement();

				stmt.sqlConnection = sqlConn;

				stmt.text = 

				"INSERT INTO motility(" + 

				"date, LtoRmostinarowBB, RtoLmostinarowBB, " + 

				"LtoRhitsBB, RtoLhitsBB) " + 

				"VALUES (" + 

				"'03-12-2009', '18', '4', '30', '33')";
 

				stmt.execute();

				var result:SQLResult = stmt.getResult();

				trace("Data inserted");

			}

			

			private function retrieveData():void

			{

			

				var stmt:SQLStatement = new SQLStatement();

				stmt.sqlConnection = sqlConn;

				stmt.text = "SELECT * FROM motility";

				stmt.execute();

				var result:SQLResult = stmt.getResult();

				

				acPeeps = new ArrayCollection(result.data);

				

			}

			

		]]>

	</mx:Script>

	

	

	

	<mx:Button x="284" y="158" label="Insert Data" click="createRecord()"/>

	<mx:Button x="284" y="158" label="Retreive Data" click="retrieveData()"/>

	<!--<mx:DataGrid dataProvider="{acPeeps}"/>-->

	

</mx:WindowedApplication>

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Question by:rarid122481
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The only thing I can see wrong here is that the date value you are trying to insert is not of the correct format.

It should be: YYYY-MM-DD

try changing 03-12-2009 to 2009-12-03 (I'm assuming you mean 3rd December)

Regards FL
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