Hello Martin,

Do the ping both before and after you open the DB.

ping_server(""); //my ping function, which pings a "hardcoded" IP,
ping_server(""); //my ping function, which pings a "hardcoded" IP,

See if the first one works. That'll validate your theory. My guess is
the first one won't work either and you're barking up the wrong tree.


Tuesday, March 23, 2010, 12:55:36 PM, you wrote:

MS> I have a program which builds an ICMP package over IP and sends it. Before
MS> that, I get IP number and other information from a SQlite DB. I was having
MS> problems, so I began to comment different parts of the code, until I got to
MS> this code (pseudocode):

MS> sqlite3_open(DB_NAME);
MS> sqlite3_close(DB_NAME);

MS> ping_server(""); //my ping function, which pings a "hardcoded" IP,
MS> doesnt interact with DB

MS> If I run that code, the package nevers gets send (can't detect it with
MS> Wireshark). If a comment the sqlite part, it works perfectly. Somehow, the
MS> SQlite function calls are screwing with the port access, but I can't fin any
MS> reasonable explanation.
MS> Any ideas?
MS> I've been stuck for days with this problem.

MS> Regards,
MS> Martin Sigwald
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