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SQLite

As SQLite is implemented as an embedded database engine contained in a single DLL, SQLite databases usually are stored locally or in the shared folders. To connect to such database, you should provide only a full database file name (e.g. C:\Data\SQLite\MyDatabase.db3) and a password (only for encrypted databases).

 

To read and write encrypted databases, SQLite Maestro uses the free wxSQLite3 library that is included into the installation package. This means it can operate only with encrypted databases created by itself or by any other tool that uses the same library. Unfortunately, our software cannot connect to databases encrypted by any other library because different SQLite security extensions use different algorithms, which are not compatible with each other.



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