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public class SQLiteMisuseException
extends SQLiteException

   ↳ java.lang.Throwable
     ↳ java.lang.Exception
       ↳ java.lang.RuntimeException
         ↳ android.database.SQLException
           ↳ android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException
             ↳ android.database.sqlite.SQLiteMisuseException

This error can occur if the application creates a SQLiteStatement object and allows multiple threads in the application use it at the same time. Sqlite returns this error if bind and execute methods on this object occur at the same time from multiple threads, like so: thread # 1: in execute() method of the SQLiteStatement object while thread # 2: is in bind..() on the same object.

FIX this by NEVER sharing the same SQLiteStatement object between threads. Create a local instance of the SQLiteStatement whenever it is needed, use it and close it ASAP. NEVER make it globally available.


Public constructors

SQLiteMisuseException(String error)

Inherited methods

Public constructors


added in API level 1
SQLiteMisuseException ()


added in API level 1
SQLiteMisuseException (String error)

error String

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