|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Object in use... wtf???|
I think this is a bug in FB 2.5, which causes a lot of headaches for me too...Sometimes even restarting Firebird service doesn't help.
Does anyone know a solution for this? I'm using FB 2.5 64 bit Superserver on Centos Linux
On Tuesday, November 26, 2013 11:16 AM, Kjell Rilbe <kjell.rilbe@...> wrote:
Den 2013-11-25 23:50 skrev Alan McDonald såhär:
Scenario, in a single connection I do this:
1. Start transaction.
2. Create table.
4. Start transaction.
5. Insert rows.
6. Select using join with other tables.
8. Start transaction.
9. Drop table.
---> ERROR: Object is in use.
I KNOW the table has been accessed only using this connection and the
transactions listed above. So why is it in use at step 9 and how can I avoid
I need this to temporarily store some data to select data for a report, and
the required set of columns in the temp table varies, so I cannot use a GTT
since it has persistent DDL. Is there any other way to achieve that, i.e. a
local temporary table? For pref I would like to have it local to the
Waiting a while before step 8-9 (and subsequent commit) is not an option
because this is done in application code that runs all the way while the
user is waiting for the report to pop up - I do need to drop it right away.
(Unless I would always just leave it there and instead drop it before step 1
next time I run this kind of report, but it would annoy me to have a useless
temp table lying around.)
What sort of transaction are you using? The select may be retaining.. Do you
close the query?
Thank you! Umm... I did find it difficult to determine (docs?) what the various transaction options in the .Net provider really mean for FB, but these are the flags I use for all transactions:
The select is done using this C# construct, which should close and dispose of the query:
using (FbDataReader rd = cmd.ExecuteReader(System.Data.CommandBehavior.SingleRow))
for (int colnum = 0; colnum < rd.FieldCount; colnum++)
string colname = rd.GetName(colnum);
int count = rd.GetInt32(colnum);
if (count > 0)
result.Counts[colname] = count;
The FbCommand cmd has default settings except this:
cmd.CommandType = System.Data.CommandType.Text;
Anything wrong with these options etc?
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