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How to detect / determine if requested ODBC driver is not available? Not installed? Is there a specific function / error code to check for?
I asked this on the ADO.UDF support page, but I think the issue is not limited to that UDF. What test can be run to determine if the requested ODBC data driver is available?
Good evening guys
I am working on a little project, in which I have to retrieve 8000+ rows of data from a table, from a SQLite database, to populate a combobox
This is what I tried 'til now, but it still takes about 12 seconds to populate the combobox.
_SQLite_Exec($objDatabase, "BEGIN TRANSACTION;") If _SQLite_GetTable($objDatabase, "SELECT DISTINCT Comune FROM LISTA_COMUNI;", $arrRisultatoQuery, $intRighe, $intColonne) = $SQLITE_OK Then For $i = 2 To UBound($arrRisultatoQuery) - 1 If $i < UBound($arrRisultatoQuery) - 1 Then GUICtrlSetData($cbo_ComuneNascita, $arrRisultatoQuery[$i] & "|") Else GUICtrlSetData($cbo_ComuneNascita, $arrRisultatoQuery[$i]) EndIf Next _SQLite_Exec($objDatabase, "COMMIT;") Are there any other solution to retrieve 8000+ records from a SQLite database?
Thank you very much
Good morning community!
I am working on a script which read from a text file ( .txt ) and should import all the content in a SQLite3 DB, in order to execute some queries that should be difficult to execute on a text file.
So, I was looking for something very very fast, because the file could be very large ( I don't know exaclty how much can became big, but I know a lot of rows, it's a log file ... )
I found the "Import method", but I don't know If I can implement it in a query ( @jchd, it's your turn! )
Do you know some methods that I can implement in my script to have a very very fast import of thousands and thousands rows in a SQLite3 DB?
Thanks a lot
Good morning guys
I was trying to use again SQLite in AutoIt, and I've again an issue: I can't startup SQLite...
Can you please show me the way to set the enviornment for a SQLIte usage in AutoIt? Step by step, I'll follow your suggestion(s).
Thanks for everyone will reply!
Good evening everyone
I'm working on this little project for a week, and, what I'm trying to do could be useful for many users as well...
I'm trying to do a "Report Generator", which reads the data that have to report from a text file (.txt) formatted with this pattern;
YES, there are 2 semi-colon at the end of the line.
In detail, Data1 is a date/time stamp with this format: YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS ;
When the script starts, the user is prompted to choose 2 dates which I'll call as:
Report_Date_Start; Report_Date_Start. So, the report, should cover all dates between Report_Date_Start AND Report_Date_End.
And, already at this point, I don't know how to do the query... How can I say to the script:
SELECT * FROM (.txt) WHERE Data1 BETWEEN Report_Date_Start AND Report_Date_End; ?
I thought that I could do a _DateDiff, but if the difference between the two dates is months and not days, how can I do the trick?
Should I make a Switch...Case with the _DateDiff() and see then calculate all the dates between Report_Date_Start AND Report_Date_End... But then, how can I compare the dates in the file with all the dates between Report_Date_Start AND Report_Date_End? I'm going crazy, I know...
I've already made a "Export Tool", which exports the content of the .txt file in a .db, managed with SQLite... I mean, there I could easily do a query like I did above the thread, but, this "export", for 1080 rows, takes 28 seconds to be done. And, 1080 rows are daily rows that are added every day in the .txt file, so, in a week, the file could be easily 7000+ rows, which means that the "export" would take 3 minutes to be done... And we can go over and over...
I'll post just for be "complete" what I've done about the export, so, maybe, someone could say how to improve it in terms of efficency...
Local $aContenutoFileAuditReport = "" _FileReadToArray($sFileAudit_Report, $aContenutoFileAuditReport) If(IsArray($aContenutoFileAuditReport) And Not @error) Then Local $aContenutoFileAuditReport_Splitted = "" Local $sQuery = "" Local $hInizioConteggio = TimerInit() For $i = 1 To UBound($aContenutoFileAuditReport) - 1 $aContenutoFileAuditReport_Splitted = StringSplit($aContenutoFileAuditReport[$i], ";") $sQuery = "INSERT INTO FileDB_Report(DATESTAMP, TIMESTAMP, USER_ID, OBJECT_ID, DESCRIPTION, COMMENT) " & _ "VALUES(" & _ _SQLite_FastEscape($aContenutoFileAuditReport_Splitted) & "," & _ _SQLite_FastEscape($aContenutoFileAuditReport_Splitted) & "," & _ _SQLite_FastEscape($aContenutoFileAuditReport_Splitted) & "," & _ _SQLite_FastEscape($aContenutoFileAuditReport_Splitted) & "," & _ _SQLite_FastEscape($aContenutoFileAuditReport_Splitted) & "," & _ _SQLite_FastEscape($aContenutoFileAuditReport_Splitted) & ");" If(_SQLite_Exec($hFileDB_Report, $sQuery) <> $SQLITE_OK) Then ConsoleWrite("Errore durante l'esecuzione della query #" & $i & @CRLF) Else ConsoleWrite("Query eseguita correttamente #" & $i & @CRLF) EndIf Next ConsoleWrite("Esportazione completata in: " & Round(TimerDiff($hInizioConteggio)/1000, 0) & " secondi") Else MsgBox($MB_ICONERROR, "Errore!", "Errore durante la lettura del file nell'array." & @CRLF & "Errore: " & @error) EndIf I know that I can't do queries from a .txt file...
I've been writing this post from 18:40 maybe...
By the way, if @jchd or someone else could tell me if I can import a formatted .txt file in SQLite and then, do queries on the DB, I'd be very happy for that...
About the report in PDF, I'm talking with @taietel in order to know how to create a PDF.
I hope someone will help me
Sorry for the "long" list of questions...
Thank you for everything you've done for me
I have to say that this is the community of programming language that I've loved most!
By the way, I'll be back tomorrow in the morning ( ~ 9:15 a.m. Italian time ), so, excuse me if I can't answer before that time.
Hope you guys have a wonderful day/night.