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Posted on 2013-12-29
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I'm trying to loop through the sqlite database to transmit the data to the server ... once the data is transmitted successfully and the server returns "1" I want it to delete the row just transmitted (.deleterow) then next transmit the next row (.next)... but the way I am doing it isn't working

if(jObject.Result == 1)
{ getGroundData.deleteRow();
 getGroundData.next();

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var Groundy = function(){
var db = Ti.Database.open('TennisApp');
var getGroundData = db.execute('SELECT user, MatchUID,Ossys, UserID, SetPrKey, Game, Point, Stroke, XCor, YCor FROM GroundStrokeData');
while (getGroundData.isValidRow())
{
     var user = getGroundData.fieldByName('UserID');
     var UserID = getGroundData.fieldByName('UserID');
     var MatchUID = getGroundData.fieldByName('MatchUID'); 
     var Ossys = getGroundData.fieldByName('Ossys');
     var SetPrKey = getGroundData.fieldByName('SetPrKey'); 
     var Game = getGroundData.fieldByName('Game');
     var Point = getGroundData.fieldByName('Point');  
     var Stroke = getGroundData.fieldByName('Stroke'); 
 
     var XCor = getGroundData.fieldByName('XCor');
     var YCor = getGroundData.fieldByName('YCor');
  GroundDtrokeTransmit(user, MatchUID, Ossys, UserID, SetPrKey, Game,  Point, Stroke, XCor, YCor);
 
}
db.execute('DELETE FROM GroundStrokeData');
getGroundData.close();
db.close();
 
};
 
var GroundDtrokeTransmit = function(user, MatchUID, Ossys,  UserID, SetPrKey){ 
var xhr=Titanium.Network.createHTTPClient();    
 xhr.onerror = function(e){ 
 Ti.API.error('groundy Bad Sever =>'+e.error);
};

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Aaron Tomosky earned 500 total points
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I'm no js expert, but usually you just update a column in the row to show the record has been sent. E.g make a column called issent with a default of 0 and set it to 1 instead of trying to delete the row. Then at the end you can delete where issent=1 if you want, or just leave them for clean up later and add where issent !=1 to your input query.

I don't know if the row is locked or what your current problem is, but this may fix it. If it doesn't it's still a good idea.
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