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Michael

Never mind, I worked out a a solution.

Using for(var propertyName in rs.rows.item(0)) I could see that the property is count(*), so ” rs.rows.item(0).count(*)” is illegal so the workaround is to label the resultset using something like:

SELECT count(*) as count FROM items

so you can use rs.rows.item(0).count

Hope this helps someone, one day.

Cheers,

Michael.

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