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Does AccessAutoIt support SQLite?

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Hello,

I've tried the AccessAutoIt example, yes it works. Now starting to merge in one of the SQLite examples. The first thing is returning the SQLite version string and I can't get it work. So I wonder if my code is wrong, or if AccessAutoIt supports SQLite?

Richard.

Set oAutoIt = GetObject("AutoIt.Application")
iOuf     = oAutoIt.Call("FileOpen", "AutoItAccess.log", 1)
Call       oAutoIt.Call("FileWrite", iOuf, Now() & " Hello World" &VBCRLF)
sTxt = "_SQLite_LibVersion="  & oAutoIt.Call("_SQLite_LibVersion()")
Call  oAutoIt.Call("FileWrite", iOuf, sTxt & VBCRLF)
Call  oAutoIt.Call("_SQLite_Open()")

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There's a UDF for using AutoIt with SQLite, look for it in the example scripts forum.


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The SQLite UDF is part of the standard AutoIt distribution. Lookup _SQLite_* functions in help file.


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@BrewManNH, @jchd, yes, I've run AutoIt progs with SQLite copying examples from help. Was hoping it would work via AccessAutoIt.

@Zedna, yes looks like it doesn't work. :mellow:.

I was working towards getting a new set of data into an existing VB+SQL program.

Thanks,

Richard.

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

So I wonder if my code is wrong, or if AccessAutoIt supports SQLite?

Well, considering it's just a wrapper around Call() that doesn't really make sense to me.

I was just on my way to log out, so I will give 1 guess and see you back tomorrow.

Did you forgot to #include the UDF?

:mellow:

Edited by AdmiralAlkex

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Yes, that was it. I've included the UDFs in the server and it works.

Thanks AdmiralAlkex.

Richard.

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