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Old 11-14-2008, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is there a phone log cache that can be flushed?

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I'm using the 4.3.0 jde and a BB 8130 simulator. And, in writing apps for it I've noticed two things with regard to the PhoneLogs APIs. First, when I alter a call log in the phone log using swapCall(), though the record is altered, I have to reboot the simulator to get that change to appear in the call list in the log. Second, when I use addCall() to construct a call log and add it to the log list, even though I put in a duration of, say, 60 seconds, while the individual log shows the correct duration when you click on it, when I view the "Status" for the overall log (through the full menu) it shows the duration of the last "real" call placed, not the one I added. Both of these things make me suspect that there is a cache somewhere with the "latest" state of things, and that these changes aren't taking effect until I reboot, which somehow flushes that cache. Does anyone have any experience with this? Or, has anyone run across either/both of these issues and figured out why they're occurring? Thanks for any help!


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