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From "Christian Hemker (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CB-1535) LocalStorage is not saved after first App launch on iOS 6
Date Tue, 25 Sep 2012 14:26:07 GMT

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Christian Hemker updated CB-1535:
---------------------------------

    Description: 
1. Save a value in window.localStorage after a fresh install of the App in Simulator or iOS
Device.
2. Stop the App while running in Background.
3. Restart the App and Restoring the value from window.localStorage is not possible (Error)
4. Save a new value in window.localStorage
5. Stop the App while running in Background.
6. Restart the App and now you can restore the value (Everything runs fine from now on)

To reproduce create a sample project with the "create" script.
Put this Javascript into index.html or use the attached index.html.

The Parameter BackupWebStorage is not changed.
BackupWebStorage=YES


{code}
<script type="text/javascript">
            document.addEventListener("deviceready", onDeviceReadyToSave, false);
            
            function onDeviceReadyToSave() {
                
                var item = window.localStorage.getItem("key");
                var message = "deviceready localStorage.getItem('key')="+item+" localStorage.length="+window.localStorage.length;
                
                console.log( message);
                alert(message);
                
                if( item == null){
                    console.log("localStorage.getItem('key') is '"+item+"'");
                    item = "";
                }
                item = item + "value";
                
                window.localStorage.setItem("key", item);
                console.log("calling localStorage.setItem('key', '"+item+"')");
                
                var value = window.localStorage.getItem("key");
                console.log("verified localStorage.getItem('key')="+value);
            }
        </script>

{code}


  was:
1. Save a value in window.localStorage after a fresh install of the App in Simulator or iOS
Device.
2. Stop the App while running in Background.
3. Restart the App and Restoring the value from window.localStorage is not possible (Error)
4. Save a new value in window.localStorage
5. Stop the App while running in Background.
6. Restart the App and now you can restore the value (Everything runs fine from now on)

To reproduce create a sample project with the "create" script.
Put this Javascript into index.html.

The Parameter BackupWebStorage=YES has its default value.

{code}
<script type="text/javascript">
            document.addEventListener("deviceready", onDeviceReadyToSave, false);
            
            function onDeviceReadyToSave() {
                
                var item = window.localStorage.getItem("key");
                var message = "deviceready localStorage.getItem('key')="+item+" localStorage.length="+window.localStorage.length;
                
                console.log( message);
                alert(message);
                
                if( item == null){
                    console.log("localStorage.getItem('key') is '"+item+"'");
                    item = "";
                }
                item = item + "value";
                
                window.localStorage.setItem("key", item);
                console.log("calling localStorage.setItem('key', '"+item+"')");
                
                var value = window.localStorage.getItem("key");
                console.log("verified localStorage.getItem('key')="+value);
            }
        </script>

{code}


    
> LocalStorage is not saved after first App launch on iOS 6
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CB-1535
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CB-1535
>             Project: Apache Cordova
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: iOS
>    Affects Versions: 2.1.0
>         Environment: iOS 6.0 - iOS Simulator
> iOS 6.0 - iPad 2
>            Reporter: Christian Hemker
>            Assignee: Shazron Abdullah
>         Attachments: index.html
>
>
> 1. Save a value in window.localStorage after a fresh install of the App in Simulator
or iOS Device.
> 2. Stop the App while running in Background.
> 3. Restart the App and Restoring the value from window.localStorage is not possible (Error)
> 4. Save a new value in window.localStorage
> 5. Stop the App while running in Background.
> 6. Restart the App and now you can restore the value (Everything runs fine from now on)
> To reproduce create a sample project with the "create" script.
> Put this Javascript into index.html or use the attached index.html.
> The Parameter BackupWebStorage is not changed.
> BackupWebStorage=YES
> {code}
> <script type="text/javascript">
>             document.addEventListener("deviceready", onDeviceReadyToSave, false);
>             
>             function onDeviceReadyToSave() {
>                 
>                 var item = window.localStorage.getItem("key");
>                 var message = "deviceready localStorage.getItem('key')="+item+" localStorage.length="+window.localStorage.length;
>                 
>                 console.log( message);
>                 alert(message);
>                 
>                 if( item == null){
>                     console.log("localStorage.getItem('key') is '"+item+"'");
>                     item = "";
>                 }
>                 item = item + "value";
>                 
>                 window.localStorage.setItem("key", item);
>                 console.log("calling localStorage.setItem('key', '"+item+"')");
>                 
>                 var value = window.localStorage.getItem("key");
>                 console.log("verified localStorage.getItem('key')="+value);
>             }
>         </script>
> {code}

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