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    I have created android app, which will ran in both online and offline using sencha touch and phonegap. For offline usage purpose used HTML5 websql database, inserted the records upto 99MB.It's not accepting beyond that throwed exceptions.Tried to use corodova sqlite plugin too, still facing problem like not accepting more than 6000 records in single stretch.

    Is it possible to insert beyond 99 MB size or using cordova sqlite plugin?

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    99 MB that is a lot more than the usual 5MB limit you may want to check the available amount of memory on your device.
    http://arty.name/localstorage.html

    You could try specifying the size of the database. Search on database_size
    http://docs.phonegap.com/en/3.0.0/co...d.html#Storage

    Try searching the phonegap google group. Or contacting the dev of the plugin.
    https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/phonegap


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    Thanks for your reply fmoseley.
    I will contact phonegap group regarding the problem.

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