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It is indeed an interaction between Ima::DBI's use of prepare_cached and SQLite's changed error. Invalidating the $dbh->{CachedKids} is a passable work-around. I tried and failed to globally turn caching off in Ima::DBI::set_sql, but that probably would have caused performance issues anyway. I'm still not sure exactly which change revealed this problem.

DBD::SQLite seems to be the correct place to address this issue. Does anyone else have an opinion on that matter? Is there a better forum for DBD::SQLite discussions? The only other seems to be RT.
$dbh->{CachedKids} = {}; # after ANALYZE or similar # from the example $dbh->prepare_cached('select "hello" from a'); print Dump $dbh->{CachedKids},"\n"; $dbh->{CachedKids} = {}; $dbh->do("analyze"); my $sth = $dbh->prepare_cached('select "hello" from a'); print "got ", $dbh->selectrow_array($sth), "\n";
A section of the DBI_TRACE from my main application
T <- prepare_cached('SELECT FROM step me WHERE ( me.message = ? ) ' undef ...)= DBIx::ContextualFetch::st=HASH(0x8e09f38) at line + 381 T <- FETCH('Active')= '' at line 1139 T <- FETCH('Taint')= 1 at line 50 <- STORE('Taint' 0)= 1 at line 51 !! ERROR: 1 'database schema has changed(1) at dbdimp.c line 421' +(err#0) <- execute('Removing duplicates')= undef at lin +e 52 ERROR: 1 'database schema has changed(1) at dbdimp.c line 421' +(err#0) <> FETCH('Statement')= 'SELECT FROM step me WHERE ( me.message = ? ) ' ('Statement' from cache) at line 1143 Val::Step can't SELECT FROM step me WHERE ( me.message = ? ) : DBD::SQLite::st execute failed: database schema has changed(1) at db +dimp.c line 421 [for Statement "SELECT FROM step me WHERE ( me.message = ? ) "] at /usr/share/perl5/DBIx/ line 52. at bin/ line 196

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