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SQLite3.dll

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Is there a way to get that dll loaded when AutoIT3 is being run simply from folder (Program Files/AutoIT3 folder copied over to memory stick and from there to corporate PC)? At the moment, even samples from AutoIT3 help file are failing with error.

Or should I try using "portable" version of AutoIT3? Until now, I haven't had any difficulty running stuff from "copied over" installation. Only SQLite3 seems to be different and refuses to load properly.

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Please check _SQLite_Startup for the $iForceLocal parameter. BTW if the application is going to be distributed in a corporate environment, you may prefer to FileInstall the DLL. Then you better user x86 compile to be compatible with x86 & x64 OSes.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Thank you! :)

EDIT: Feels like I thought too early I'd have it fixed. Still getting same problem.

Finally modified short script from AutoIT3 Help and screenshotted the results for showing.

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