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I know that this issue has nothing to do with direct Java coding, but i am taking a shot in the dark here and hope that someone will know what I can do.
For my java program, I am using an sqlite3 database to store my information. During the past 2 months or so, it has performed magically. I just inserted an update command; "
sqlite> update virtual_accounts set description = 'Lunch Funds', balance = '200', note = 'success' where unid = 'v-101';"
This command was completed succesfully. Now, every time I try to select documents from a differant table
"Select * from transact;"
i get a "database disk image is malformed". the only changes made to that table have been made through my java database controller methods, the same that I have used for the past months without an issue. Does anyone know what happened and how I can prevent such a major headache later on, esp when I the program is not in development and in the hands of an end-user?
Taking scheduled backups can just prevent major data loss when the issue sufaces, but has nothing to do with preventing this from happening again. My main issue is that I have no idea how this happened and it makes me question the qualitly of sqlite.