seems to work fine Aaaargh - just found the problem: the 3d line (from the end, the SELECT-statement) does not assign the variables when there result of the WHERE is NULL. So "set @idp=null" before that statement has fixed the problem! Not sure whhy I assumed a problem between direct execution and triggering of these statements, seems I picked the wrong test-cases :(
around this issue Yes, framework libraries are not jitted. They will be loaded from the native images cache. You can verify this yourself by inspecting the loaded assemblies path. Tools like process explorer can be used to view the loaded assemblies for the process.
may help you . There is a chance to get this error when you run npm start somewhere else in other project but didn't shut it down when you run react-native run-android in current project. This make your current react-native app trying to read the js bundle of other project and cause react-native version mismatch. Try run npm start in terminal and see if it load your js bundle properly.