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    I am pretty sure it failing to load the 64 bit e_sqlite3.dll if you put it with nextend I expect it will work. I can't figure out the difference between our setups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    I am pretty sure it failing to load the 64 bit e_sqlite3.dll if you put it with nextend I expect it will work. I can't figure out the difference between our setups.
    I've got the following e_sqlite3.dll files in my C:\Program Files\NPVRv5 directory tree:
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    I copied the one from the root of the tree to the NextEnd folder, but still got the same error:
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    2019-09-02 13:48:18.942	[ERROR][1]	Unexpected error in EPGEvent.LoadByOID(): System.InvalidOperationException: Must add values for the following parameters: , 
       at Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteCommand.ExecuteReader(CommandBehavior behavior)
       at NUtility.EPGEvent.GetListingsForTimePeriod(DateTime startTime, DateTime endTime)
    For completeness, I'm uploading another full set of logs.
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    Can I get a copy of your database?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    Can I get a copy of your database?
    Just sent you a link to download a copy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrettB View Post
    Getting further...

    It's installed and my startup script now runs it OK. But then NextEnd.exe gets an error
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    2019-09-02 12:00:41.977	[ERROR][1]	Unexpected error in EPGEvent.LoadByOID(): System.InvalidOperationException: Must add values for the following parameters: , 
       at Microsoft.Data.Sqlite.SqliteCommand.ExecuteReader(CommandBehavior behavior)
       at NUtility.EPGEvent.GetListingsForTimePeriod(DateTime startTime, DateTime endTime)
    The good news is I get this error with your database. The bad news is I've been wasting your time I get this error with my database too but the error is handled in NUtility so I didn't see it going to the console. It might be NUtility,

    sub if you read this thread does NUtility.GetListingsForTimePeriod() have the sqlite parameters setup right for you in v5? GetListingsForTimePeriodForChannel() seems to be working as a comparison. The logged EPGEvent.LoadByOID() message is misleading.

    Martin
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    The good news is I get this error with your database. The bad news is I've been wasting your time I get this error with my database too but the error is handled in NUtility so I didn't see it going to the console. It might be NUtility,

    sub if you read this thread does NUtility.GetListingsForTimePeriod() have the sqlite parameters setup right for you in v5? GetListingsForTimePeriodForChannel() seems to be working as a comparison. The logged EPGEvent.LoadByOID() message is misleading.

    Martin
    Sorry - been busy with day job stuff the last few days.

    I've fixed NUtility.GetListingsForTimePeriod() for the next build. I haven't been using this call, and it was broken with a slight difference in .NET Core relating to DB stuff.

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    Thanks sub for the fix in the current beta. It is an important call for NextEnd since for jit monitoring I just care if a sporting event is in the hour preceding the start time. Otherwise I would need to load all the channels and check each separately.

    Brett and other having issues with jit monitoring you can continue using your existing NextEnd setup. Tommorow's Sunday NFL week 1 is a good time to test the monitor function.

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    Brett and other having issues with jit monitoring you can continue using your existing NextEnd setup. Tommorow's Sunday NFL week 1 is a good time to test the monitor function.
    So far so good. No more error:
    Code:
    [...startup]
    2019-09-07 16:19:51.405	[DEBUG][1]	NextEnd, Version=3.0.7177.32862, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null
    2019-09-07 16:19:51.497	[INFO][1]	Using remote RecordingService
    2019-09-07 16:19:51.498	[DEBUG][1]	Command Line --monitor --jit
    2019-09-07 16:19:51.507	[DEBUG][1]	Sunday check
    2019-09-07 16:19:51.521	[DEBUG][1]	Nothing to do until Sunday it is Saturday
    2019-09-07 16:19:51.523	[DEBUG][1]	Late night check
    2019-09-07 16:19:51.536	[DEBUG][1]	Checking for recordings from 2019-09-07 21:35:00 to 2019-09-08 00:35:00
    2019-09-07 16:19:51.536	[DEBUG][1]	Checking for sports to monitor
    2019-09-07 16:19:51.559	[DEBUG][1]	Database: C:\Users\Public\NPVR-data\npvr.db3
    2019-09-07 16:19:52.079	[DEBUG][1]	Found College Football
    2019-09-07 16:19:52.087	[DEBUG][1]	Long sleep time 5:25:07
    2019-09-07 16:19:52.090	[DEBUG][1]	Requesting wake up for 'nextend-reload' [] at 9/7/2019 9:44 PM

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