SQLite Database in shared location / mount is locked always

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SQLite Database in shared location / mount is locked always

SQLite database is always locked in shared location and Sqlite only supports a single thread writing to the DB at a time so reduced commit size to 1 & still the same.


Could any one help me resolving the issue.

SQliteoutputtablecong.JPGsqliteshareedlocation.JPG

 

Thanks in Advance

Naveen

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Naveen
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Re: SQLite Database in shared location / mount is locked always

Hello,

Could you please indicate on which talend build version you got this issue? What's SQLite database  version you are using?

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: SQLite Database in shared location / mount is locked always

Thanks for your response @xdshi

 

I'm using Talend Open Studio for DI 6.3.1 and SQLite version 3.8.2.

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Naveen
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Re: SQLite Database in shared location / mount is locked always

Hello,

Please refer to this online document about:TalendHelpCenter: Supported systems, databases and business applications by Talend components for talend open studio V 6.3

SQLite version 3.8.2 is not list on it.

Best regards

Sabrina

 

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