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I think I may have found a bug with parallel foreach loops containing a LINQ query. I have the problem code wrapped with try/catch and the app crashes without throwing an exception. I have a SQLite database called "transactions" that contains a field which is a key (PROD_KEY) to another database called "products".
Parallel.ForEach(transactions, transaction =>
var productQuery = from q in products.Table<Models.Products>()
//Everything fine to this point.
var test = productQuery.FirstOrDefault().PROD_S1UNIT;
catch (Exception ex)
//App terminates without exception.
Built in Visual Studio Pro 2015. VS and Xamarin are both current. The only output I get after the app crashes is "The app has been terminated."
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