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yucatan

Hello guys i wanne make a sqlite server from oure company.

how should i do that.

is sqlite for local of for network.

if i wanne use netwerk should i manualy send the data over tcp ip?

or how can this be done?

Greetz

Yucatan

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PsaltyDS

SQLite does not use a back-end server process, each client will simply run their own process and access the database file over the network. File locking a simultaneous access are weak spots for SQLite, so you might want a real SQL Server instead, like PostgreSQL or MySQL for free, or MS SQL for cost.

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willichan

If you want to share SQLite over the network, you can use File Locking with Cooperative Semaphores to do it. You won't need to run any server side services to do it. The clients will cooperate amongst themselves.

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yucatan

SQLite does not use a back-end server process, each client will simply run their own process and access the database file over the network. File locking a simultaneous access are weak spots for SQLite, so you might want a real SQL Server instead, like PostgreSQL or MySQL for free, or MS SQL for cost.

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hello is mysql supported by autoit.

or is there a good udf that i can use to het autoit send quesry's to a mysql server?

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willichan

hello is mysql supported by autoit.

or is there a good udf that i can use to het autoit send quesry's to a mysql server?

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Habland0

I would say that UDF is superseded by

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