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SQL DB connection to autoit.

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Hi All ,

I am facing an issue while connecting sql db with autoit . Actually I have tried all the solutions on this site but non of them worked .

Specification : 

 - Win 7

 - AutoIt V3

 - SciTE ( to wirte the code )

 - database (HeidiSql )

Now I have the following DB description :-

 - Schema Name - Vidit

 - DB name - vidit

 - Table Name - test .

   -  Columns name Datatype ( Int , Varchar , Varchar , Varchar , Varchar , Varchar )

Now I have data , which is stored in variable in SciTE , to be stored in the DB.

I have tried _SQLite function but bot able to to the task .

task :-

1. make connection .

2. store data in db.

4. Retrive data from db.

3. End connection .

Please Help me !! 

 

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SQLite is a serverless RMSDB but it won't work with non-SQLite DBs like MySQL.

There are a number of ready-to-use UDFs for connecting to a MySQL DB, directly or thru an ADO (ODBC) driver.


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