1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 17, 2015 9:29 AM by Jon Tara

    use sqlite on windows 32

    Rob Geraedts

      We want to use our Rhomobile app on a Windows 7 embeded system. One of the things we like to do is have another application (on the Windows 7 system) access the Rhomobile SQLite database. Is that possible? How is de SQLite db implemented on "Big Windows"?

        • Re: use sqlite on windows 32
          Jon Tara

          It's implemented the same way it's implemented on any OS. SQLite is little more than a static library that works with a specific file format. There's no "server", etc. that's what makes it so "lite". Every application that uses an SQLite database has everything it needs to work with the database built-in.


          Use can use any SQLite tools or libraries you'd like that you can get for your platform. You just need to point them to your database file.


          SQLite is a software library that implements a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine.