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    Has anyone else noticed that a changeVersion() on the HTML5 databases is broken in WebOS. How do you guys get around this? Cookies? This kind of sucks if true Any ideas?
    My Programs: TipIt(TipCalc), FillUps
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    wow. I'd never heard of that method before... I do believe that it's an in-development spec, and as such that method was not implemented for webos just yet.

    Did you try asking on the webos developer forums?

    (To update a db w/o that, do everything manually.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Planesdragon View Post
    wow. I'd never heard of that method before... I do believe that it's an in-development spec, and as such that method was not implemented for webos just yet.

    Did you try asking on the webos developer forums?

    (To update a db w/o that, do everything manually.)

    The thing is, if you check for that method:

    Code:
    if (gasDB.changeVersion) {
         gasDB.changeVersion('1.0', '2.0');
    }
    It passes that it exists and I can even execute it as shown above...it just doesn't have any effect. I do plan on updating most columns manually, but the version easily would have allowed me to know if I had already updated someone's fillups dB
    My Programs: TipIt(TipCalc), FillUps

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