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SQLite setup

Postby Brian Charlton » Wed Jan 18, 2012 4:30 am

I am working on a Windows 7 64-bit system and I have followed the information for installing SQLite to work with OpenOffice Base. I have downloaded and run sqliteODBC.exe which appeared to work successfully. However, when I try to run Base and configure the ODBC, the SQLite Datasource does not appear and I have been unable to get Base to recognise it. Can ayone help?
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Re: SQLite setup

Postby DACM » Wed Jan 18, 2012 7:22 am

Brian Charlton wrote:64-bit system...SQLite...Base...ODBC...the SQLite Datasource does not appear

Make sure you're running sqliteODBC.exe (32-bit version since Base is 32-bit) with a right-click "Run as administrator"
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Re: SQLite setup

Postby rudolfo » Thu Jan 19, 2012 2:42 am

I had the same problem initially on Windows 7. It took me quite a time to figure it out because both parts were working separately, they just didn't work together.
But the solution as described by DACM is painless. In deed you can install the 32bit and 64bit versions of the ODBC driver for SQLite in parallel. OOo and any other 32bit application will pick the right one. Here's what the installed programs look on my 64bit system:
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SQLite ODBC driver (remove only)
SQLite3 ODBC driver for Win64 (remove only)

I have no idea, why one line says only SQLite and the other SQLite3. Both or working with the version 3 of the sqlite database.
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