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CardDAV - Couldn't apply batch operation
soapernet last edited by rfc2822
I DAVx5 for serveral years and I have a new android device and I could’t sync anymore my contacts.
Error on DAVx5 when I try to sync the address book:
at.bitfire.vcard4android.ContactsStorageException: Couldn't apply batch operationdavx5-debug.zip
Error when I try to create a contact on android to CalDAV (empty address book):
android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: near "adresses": syntax error (code 1 SQLITE_ERROR): , while compiling: SELECT * FROM settings WHERE account_name='Mon carnet d'adresses (firstname.lastname@example.org eg)' AND account_type='com.infomaniak.sync.address_book'
- Reset de device
- Use a fresh new address book
I haven’t any error with other device, so I don’t think the problem comes from the server, nor from the address book.
Mayby because the new storage access control on android 11 or on Realme devices.
DAVx5 version: 3.4, 3.4.01, 4.0b1
Android version: 11
Device: Realme GT 5G
All autorisations accorded
cardDAV server: infomaniak.com
@soapernet Are you using the cloned version of infomaniak?
It’s weird because
“AND account_type=‘com.infomaniak.sync.address_book’” would not be a value that the original DAVx5 would generate or use.
soapernet last edited by soapernet
You’r right, i also try with the app from infomaniak (ksync), (fork of davx5) and i’ve not noticed the difference of the error.
The correct error from DAVx5 when I try to create a contact on android was:
android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: near "adresses": syntax error (code 1 SQLITE_ERROR): , while compiling: SELECT * FROM settings WHERE account_name='Mon carnet d'adresses (email@example.com eg)' AND account_type='at.bitfire.davdroid.address_book'
'in the account name. In theory, it should be possible, but the Android Contacts Provider sometimes doesn’t escape it properly.
Can you please try again with an account name without
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@rfc2822 Thank you for your message.
Yeah! it’s working!
It’s was simply the ’