I am hoping someone has seen this issue before, after 4 hours I can’t get to the bottom of it. Mostly I work in Windows, but lately have doing some Mac work via the remote debugger. All was working fine until I put up my project up for about 10 days to do some other things. Now when I try to do a remove debug session, I get an error when I try to establish the connection to the SQLite DB:
// connect to Settings database
If(SettingsDBFldrItm.Exists) = True Then
SettingsDB.DatabaseFile = SettingsDBFldrItm
If SettingsDB.Connect() = True then
The SettingsDB is in a subfolder under Library : Application Support : MyProduct : Databases : SettingsDB.rsd
the last code line above returns false and the error is “Unable to extract the folderitem”. It is just a small database that I keep some program settings in. But I can copy the project over and run it directly on the Mac machine and it works fine. So I don’t think there is a permissions issue. I’ve checked the permissions on the file and I’ve got Read and Write permissions. I’ve deleted the SettingsDB and let the program create it (which it does when if it detects it is missing) and that works fine, but fails on the connect.
Not being that familiar with the Remote Debugger, I have no idea what is going on. I tried rewinding my source code in version control to about 2 weeks ago, when I know it was working, but same same error. I guess something has changed on the Mac but I haven’t installed any updates or anything like that. Has anyone seen this before when remote debugging? Any things I should look at as possible causes?