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Debugging SwiftData Logs

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While debugging CoreData and SwiftData logs are equally obtuse, I thoughtI would share a log I am trying to figure out right now. I've converted a simple app of mine from CoreData to SwiftData, for multiple reasons.

  1. The app is a personal app so there is no install base yet.
  2. The data can easily be recreated
  3. I wanted to add a few new features that the old data design wouldn't support
  4. I had MAJOR performance issus with my CoreData design
  5. I wanted to learn SwiftData

Having done the rewrite, and moving my images in one of the objects to @Attribute(.externalStorage) var cardFront: Data? I had high hopes that my performance issue would be solved. So far it seems to actually be even slower than before. But I am sure that is for another post.

My issue now, is that I have deployed to testFlight so I can sync the data across my macs, iPhone, and iPad but I am not seeing the data sync consistently.

Looking at the logs in Xcode I am seeing the following message

CoreData: warning: CoreData+CloudKit: -[NSCloudKitMirroringDelegate finishedAutomatedRequestWithResult:](3555): Finished request '<NSCloudKitMirroringExportRequest: 0x282285720> 10CFB202-4F3F-451C-B9E4-9EA3BDE2A0E8' with result: <NSCloudKitMirroringResult: 0x280ea18c0> storeIdentifier: 9070B171-CA61-47E3-9A4E-024052F23ABD success: 0 madeChanges: 0 error: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=134406 "Request '10CFB202-4F3F-451C-B9E4-9EA3BDE2A0E8' was aborted because the mirroring delegate never successfully initialized due to error: <CKError 0x280f7e9a0: "Partial Failure" (2/1011); "Failed to modify some records"; uuid = 5A8EA50D-66B7-4E3A-9E26-0DCB1A2B3F0D; container ID = "iCloud.com.theapapp.cardtracker"; partial errors: {
    5EC2A06B-6598-4840-81CA-31EE115AFC73:(com.apple.coredata.cloudkit.zone:__defaultOwner__) = <CKError 0x280f72700: "Invalid Arguments" (12/2006); server message = "invalid attempt to set value type STRING for field 'CD_cardFront' for type 'CD_Card', defined to be: BYTES"; op = C02500B40FB59CA0; uuid = 5A8EA50D-66B7-4E3A-9E26-0DCB1A2B3F0D>
    ... 107 "Batch Request Failed" CKErrors omitted ...
}>" UserInfo={NSLocalizedFailureReason=Request '10CFB202-4F3F-451C-B9E4-9EA3BDE2A0E8' was aborted because the mirroring delegate never successfully initialized due to error: <CKError 0x280f7e9a0: "Partial Failure" (2/1011); "Failed to modify some records"; uuid = 5A8EA50D-66B7-4E3A-9E26-0DCB1A2B3F0D; container ID = "iCloud.com.theapapp.cardtracker"; partial errors: {
    5EC2A06B-6598-4840-81CA-31EE115AFC73:(com.apple.coredata.cloudkit.zone:__defaultOwner__) = <CKError 0x280f72700: "Invalid Arguments" (12/2006); server message = "invalid attempt to set value type STRING for field 'CD_cardFront' for type 'CD_Card', defined to be: BYTES"; op = C02500B40FB59CA0; uuid = 5A8EA50D-66B7-4E3A-9E26-0DCB1A2B3F0D>
    ... 107 "Batch Request Failed" CKErrors omitted ...
}>}

I am not sure what to do with this, as all of this appears to be abstracted away from me in SwiftData.

How can I learn how to correctly diagnosis and resolve these kinds of issues.

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This might stupid question, but if youve converted to SwiftData then why is the error message all about CoreData? Did you forget to delete / convert something?

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