#389 MoneyManagerEx 1.0.0.3 DEV:SVN-6230 (Win 32bit)

1.1.0
closed-out-of-date
nobody
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2014-06-24
2014-06-17
Simon Duane
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On deleting either/both of the two Stocks accounts from my database, MMEX immediately throws a

MoneyManagerEx Error
ACCOUNTLIST_V1: 7 not found

The Details>> view shows that this is the last of 80 or more such errors.

as it displays the Home Page. The error recurs every time the database is opened.

I haven't previously tried to delete a Stocks account, so this issue may not be new to version 1.0.0.3)

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  • Simon Duane
    Simon Duane
    2014-06-17

    I downloaded and ran SQLite but my database is encrypted, and it appears that sqlite does not support encryption.
    Suggestions welcome.
    Thanks

     
    • guanlisheng
      guanlisheng
      2014-06-17

      I think you can convert the database to non-encrypted one.

      On 14-6-17 20:12, "Simon Duane" sduane@users.sf.net wrote:

      I downloaded and ran SQLite but my database is encrypted, and it appears
      that sqlite does not support encryption.
      Suggestions welcome.
      Thanks


      [bugs:#389] MoneyManagerEx 1.0.0.3 DEV:SVN-6230 (Win 32bit)

      Status: open
      Group: 1.1.0
      Created: Tue Jun 17, 2014 07:14 AM UTC by Simon Duane
      Last Updated: Tue Jun 17, 2014 08:58 AM UTC
      Owner: nobody

      On deleting either/both of the two Stocks accounts from my database, MMEX
      immediately throws a

      MoneyManagerEx Error
      ACCOUNTLIST_V1: 7 not found

      The Details>> view shows that this is the last of 80 or more such errors.

      as it displays the Home Page. The error recurs every time the database is
      opened.

      I haven't previously tried to delete a Stocks account, so this issue may
      not be new to version 1.0.0.3)


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  • Stefano
    Stefano
    2014-06-17

    Using MMEX, open your encrypted database, then use: File ->Save Database As
    Select mmb. This will create a copy and remove the encryption to your new database.

    Correct the problem to the unencrypted version.

    When all is well, re-encrypt your database as above, with a new name and selecting emb (encrypted).
    When all is well delete the unencrypted database.

    If something goes wrong, go back to your original encrypted file and start again.

     
  • Gabriele
    Gabriele
    2014-06-17

    On Windows you can use freeware SQLite2009 Pro that supports also encrypted database

     
    Last edit: Gabriele 2014-06-17


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