There is a well known principle, that says that if it is working, don.t try to fix it. In other words, if you have MediaPortal 220.127.116.11 and it is working, I would not advise anyone to upgrade to 18.104.22.168. I tried it and it ruined everything.
Since then I completely removed 1.0.2 and reinstalled 1.0.1 but the error which started to appear under 1.0.2 still shows up now with 1.0.1.
The error consists of a windows showing up on top of Media Poprtal screen (fullscreen or not) and you cannot close that window at all, you cannot click anything on it, with the remote or the keyboard, you have to close MP to get rid of it. MediaPortal contines as usual behind that window, like it does not exist at all.
It says something like this:
"The number of returned rows 0 did not match the expected count of 1
If concurrency control is enabled this may indicate that ............"
It I start with Basic skin then the error window is named "MediaPortal - Basic skin".
If I start without "basic skin" ticked, then the error window is named "MediaPortal - fullscreen" but the content and the window behaviour is the same.
Where is this "concurrency control" feature and how can it be deactivated, as it appears it causes all this mess? I could not find any info about it.
I already have nearly 12 hours working on it, which means it pretty much ruined a full day and I will really appreciate any reply regarding this situation. I even installed some SQL editor to alter some values in a data base, which apprently fixed it for someone else back in 2009, but it did not work for me. I re-installed everything and the error still shows up.