Ticket #1116 (new defect)

Opened 5 years ago

Last modified 4 years ago

sync fails with ERROR 415 - unable to commit change

Reported by: abourges Owned by: dgollub
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: OpenSync Version: 0.22
Severity: normal Keywords:
Cc:

Description (last modified by felixmoeller) (diff)

Hi,

...as posted on the mailinglist:

...I'm using opensync 0.22 from debian sid and was successfully syncing my Nokia E50 with a local file resource for the last year or so... Somehow during the last updates (last 2-3 weeks), something on my system changed in a way that makes synchronisation impossible.

At a first look everything looks ok, bluetooth connection works, contacts are transmitted from notebook to mobile, but finally msynctool throws an error:

andy@hal:~/PIM_TEST/CONTACTS$ msynctool --sync ContactsTest
Synchronizing group "ContactsTest"
Member 1 of type file-sync just connected
received contact dsession
Member 2 of type syncml-obex-client just connected
All clients connected or error
Received an entry 428 with data of size 4 from member 1 (file-sync). Changetype ADDED
Member 1 of type file-sync just sent all changes
Received an reply to our Alert
Going to receive 0 changes
Member 2 of type syncml-obex-client just sent all changes
All clients sent changes or error
All conflicts have been reported
Member 1 of type file-sync committed all changes.
Received an reply to our sync
Error writing entry 428 to member 2 (syncml-obex-client): Unable to commit change. Error 415
Mapping Write Error: Unable to commit change. Error 415
Member 2 of type syncml-obex-client committed all changes.
All clients have written
Member 1 of type file-sync just disconnected
Member 2 of type syncml-obex-client just disconnected
All clients have disconnected
The sync failed: Unable to write one or more objects
Error while synchronizing: Unable to write one or more objects
andy@hal:~/PIM_TEST/CONTACTS$

-> I'm currently using a single contact for testing and this behaviour is reproducable. Since opensync-version ist still 0.22 it might be related to another library causing the effekt (libsyncml?).

I'll attach log/trace files...

thanks,

andy

Attachments

OSYNCH_TRACE.tgz (22.7 KB) - added by abourges 5 years ago.
SYNCML_TRACE.tgz (54.3 KB) - added by abourges 5 years ago.
SYNCML_LOG.tgz (2.0 KB) - added by abourges 5 years ago.

Change History

Changed 5 years ago by abourges

Changed 5 years ago by abourges

Changed 5 years ago by abourges

comment:1 Changed 5 years ago by felixmoeller

  • Description modified (diff)

comment:2 Changed 4 years ago by xeros

I'm getting the same error message when I add or modify e-mail in Kontact (Kubuntu 9.10 with KDE 4.3.4) and try to synchronize with Nokia E51.

Synchronizing group "e51-kde"
Member 1 of type kdepim-sync just connected
received event dsession
received contact dsession
received note dsession
Member 2 of type syncml-obex-client just connected
All clients connected or error
Received an entry cYcdGFVlnz with data of size 4 from member 1 (kdepim-sync). Changetype MODIFIED
Member 1 of type kdepim-sync just sent all changes
Received an reply to our Alert
Received an reply to our Alert
Received an reply to our Alert
Going to receive 0 changes
Going to receive 0 changes
Going to receive 0 changes
Member 2 of type syncml-obex-client just sent all changes
All clients sent changes or error
All conflicts have been reported
Member 1 of type kdepim-sync committed all changes.
Received an reply to our sync
Received an reply to our sync
Received an reply to our sync
Error writing entry 228 to member 2 (syncml-obex-client): Unable to commit change. Error 415
Mapping Write Error: Unable to commit change. Error 415
Member 2 of type syncml-obex-client committed all changes.
All clients have written
Member 1 of type kdepim-sync just disconnected
Member 2 of type syncml-obex-client just disconnected
All clients have disconnected
The sync failed: Unable to write one or more objects
Error while synchronizing: Unable to write one or more objects

Opensync 0.22 with opensync-plugin-kdepim 0.22-4ubuntu1 from Ubuntu repository.

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