SQLite Viewer

Discussion in 'Open Source Projects' started by Erel, Sep 13, 2007.

  1. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Android version of SQLite Viewer is now available: http://www.basic4ppc.com/forum/basi...ted-tutorials/9197-android-sqlite-viewer.html
    SQLite Viewer is a small tool that allows viewing SQLite databases on the device.
    It also handles embedded images and binary data.
    It can be very useful when working with SQL databases.
    Setup file: www.basic4ppc.com/files/SQLiteViewer-Setup.zip
    Source code: www.basic4ppc.com/files/SQLiteViewer-Code.zip
    The code file is located under the 'Desktop' folder.
    SQLite Viewer requires .Net CF 2.0 (already installed on WM6.0 devices).
    Note that the actual size of .Net CF 2.0 on the device is about 3mb.
    If you want to run the source code then you should follow these instructions.

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  2. aerohost

    aerohost Member Licensed User

    Using SQLite Viewer with Web Server database

    Hi Erel, I'm a Basic4ppc newbie, having switched from RealBasic, and so far I really like it - very easy to use and straightforward, with some powerful features.

    I need to set up a SQLite db on my web server, using SQLite Viewer to access the db over the internet, instead of accessing the db from the local hard drive.

    Is this possible to do just by modifying the connection string in the source code? If so, could you give me a clue as to what that syntax might be?

    Can I just upload the sample db to a folder on my website and give it read/write permissions for it to work?

    Tks, AB :sign0162:
  3. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    It will be a little bit more complicated. Basically you have two options:
    - Download the complete db file from the server each time and execute the required queries locally. How big is your database?
    - Let the server run the queries and send the results to the device.

    You can also try to use a shared folder on the server and access it in the same way you access a local db (I guess that it will not work, but it worth a try).
  4. milns

    milns New Member

    Unable to Install SQLITE Viewer

    I have tried to install this after installing .NET CF and get the emssage ActiveSync not found.

    Howe do I resolve this problem?
    Thanks Dennis
  5. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    The setup files uses Activeesync or mobile center on vista to install the program.
    If you like, send an email to support@basic4ppc.com and I'll sent you a cab file which you can copy to the device and then install it.
  6. superbabicka

    superbabicka Member Licensed User

    Hi to all,
    I only want to shell some info with all Basic4PPC users...

    This is great release for PPC from Erel.
    Thank you Erel for this product - SQLite viewer.

    About SQLite, and all futures in that kind of databases...
    If you create desktop application, and you need preview or edit your database quickly, you can use SQLite Administrator.
    Its free software (do not install, but only copy/paste extract folder into your computer).

    DON'T FORGET to right click to your database files (.sl3) and use - Always open with SQLite Administrator.

    Here is the link for free download:
    SQLite Administrator - International Milestone Beta

    I use this free software from the beginning in my experience with Basic4PPC and SQLite databases.

    Sorry for my English...
    Regards
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2008

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