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      <h1 class="heading">Installing SQLite Visual Studio Design-Time Support</h1>
      <p>Supporting the Visual Studio query designer and allowing you to manipulate 
        SQLite databases from within Visual Studio is a great time-saver.&nbsp; Though 
        the support is not yet fully-implemented, there's certainly enough there to 
        keep you busy.&nbsp; You can create databases, design and execute queries, 
        create typed datasets and lots more all from Visual Studio.</p>
      <h3> Installation Instructions</h3>
      <p>
        In Windows Explorer, navigate to <STRONG>SQLite.Net\bin\Designer</STRONG>
        and execute the <STRONG>INSTALL.EXE</STRONG> program.&nbsp; It will automatically
        detect what eligible Visual Studio products are installed, and allow you to check
        and uncheck which environments to install the designer for.</p>
      <h3> Express Edition Limitations</h3>



      <p>All Express Editions (except Visual Web Developer) are hard-coded to only allow you to design for Jet and Sql Server Database Files.&nbsp; The only way for SQLite
        to install its designer is to temporarily replace one of the existing "approved"
        designers.&nbsp; Therefore, when you install the SQLite designer for one of these
        express editions, it will temporarily replace the Microsoft Access designer.&nbsp;
        You can revert back to the Access designer simply by re-running the install.exe
        program and un-checking the boxes.</p>
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      <div id="footer">
        <p>
          <a href="mailto:sqlite-users@sqlite.org?subject=SQLite.NET%20Class%20Library%20Documentation%20Feedback:%20Designer%20Support">
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      <h1 class="heading">Installing SQLite Visual Studio Design-Time Support</h1>
      <p>Supporting the Visual Studio query designer and allowing you to manipulate 
        SQLite databases from within Visual Studio is a great time-saver.&nbsp; Though 
        the support is not yet fully-implemented, there's certainly enough there to 
        keep you busy.&nbsp; You can create databases, design and execute queries, 
        create typed datasets and lots more all from Visual Studio.</p>
      <h3> Installation Instructions</h3>
      <p>Download and run one of the setup packages and then select the &quot;<b>Install
        the designer components for Visual Studio 20XX.</b>&quot; option when prompted.</p>



      <h3> Express Edition Limitations</h3>
      <p>Visual Studio design-time Support, works with all versions of Visual Studio
        2005/2008/2010.  You can add a SQLite database to the Servers list, design
        queries with the Query Designer, drag-and-drop tables onto a Typed DataSet, etc.
        <br />
        <font color="red">
          Due to Visual Studio licensing restrictions, the Express Editions can no
          longer be supported.
        </font>
      </p>
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      <div id="footer">
        <p>
          <a href="mailto:sqlite-users@sqlite.org?subject=SQLite.NET%20Class%20Library%20Documentation%20Feedback:%20Designer%20Support">
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    <h1 class="heading">Version History</h1>
    <p><b>1.0.78.0 - January XX, 2012</b></p>
    <ul>
      <li>Updated to <a href="http://www.sqlite.org/releaselog/3_7_10.html">SQLite 3.7.10</a>.</li>
      <li>Redesign the VS designer support installer and integrate it into the setup packages.</li>
      <li>When emitting SQL for foreign keys in the VS designer, be sure to take all returned schema rows into account. Remainder of fix for <a href="http://system.data.sqlite.org/index.html/info/b226147b37">[b226147b37]</a>.</li>
      <li>Add Flags connection string property to control extra behavioral flags for the connection.</li>
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      <li>Even more enhancements to the build and test automation.</li>







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    <h1 class="heading">Version History</h1>
    <p><b>1.0.78.0 - January 27, 2012</b></p>
    <ul>
      <li>Updated to <a href="http://www.sqlite.org/releaselog/3_7_10.html">SQLite 3.7.10</a>.</li>
      <li>Redesign the VS designer support installer and integrate it into the setup packages.</li>
      <li>When emitting SQL for foreign keys in the VS designer, be sure to take all returned schema rows into account. Remainder of fix for <a href="http://system.data.sqlite.org/index.html/info/b226147b37">[b226147b37]</a>.</li>
      <li>Add Flags connection string property to control extra behavioral flags for the connection.</li>
      <li>Refactor all IDisposable implementations to conform to best practices, potentially eliminating leaks in certain circumstances.</li>
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          engine (compared to other providers and engines)</a></p>
      <br>
      <h1 class="heading">SQLite.NET Provider Features</h1>
      <p>This SQLite provider implements every feature of the underlying SQLite 
        database engine without omission. Here's a brief summary:</p>
      <UL>
        <LI>
        Written from scratch on VS2005/2008 specifically for ADO.NET, implenting all the
        base classes and features recently introduced in the framework, including automatic
        transaction enlistment.<li>Supports the Full and Compact .NET Framework, as well as
          native C/C++ development.&nbsp; 100% binary compatible with the original sqlite3.dll.</li>
        <li>Full support for Mono via a &quot;managed only&quot; provider that runs against the 
          official SQLite 3.6.1 or higher library.</li>
        <li>Full Entity Framework support (ADO.NET 3.5 SP1)</li>
        <li>
        On the Compact Framework, it is faster than Sql Server Mobile.
          SQLite's installed size is a fraction of Sql Mobile's. It uses less memory at runtime,
          runs queries faster, and has a smaller database file size as well. </li>
        <li>Encrypted database support.&nbsp; Encrypted databases are fully encrypted and
          support both binary and cleartext password types. </li>
        <li>Visual Studio 2005/2008 Design-Time Support.&nbsp; You can add a SQLite 
        database to the Servers list, design queries with the Query Designer, 
        drag-and-drop tables onto a Typed DataSet, etc.</li>
            <li>Full SQLite schema editing inside Visual Studio.&nbsp; You can create/edit 
              tables, views, triggers, indexes, check constraints and foreign keys. </li>
        <li>
        Single file redistributable (except Compact Framework).&nbsp; The core sqlite3 codebase and the ADO.NET wrapper 
        are combined into one multi-module assembly. </li>


        <li>Binaries included for Itanium, x64, x86 and ARM processors. </li>





        <li>
        DbProviderFactory support. </li>
        <li>
          Full support for ATTACH'ed databases.&nbsp; Exposed as <i>Catalogs</i>
        in the schema.&nbsp; When cloning a connection, all attached databases are 
        automatically re-attached to the new connection. </li>
        <li>
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        implement as user-defined functions and uses the same base class. </li>
        <li>
          Full source for the entire engine and wrapper.&nbsp; No copyrights.&nbsp; 
          Public Domain.&nbsp; 100% free for commercial and non-commercial use.&nbsp;</li>
      </UL>
      <br>
      <h1 class="heading">Distributing the Binaries (Desktop)</h1>
      <p><b>System.Data.SQLite.DLL</b> is a mixed assembly signed with a strong name 
        in case you want to add it to the Global Assembly Cache (GAC). This is the only DLL required to be redistributed with 
        your SQLite.NET application(s).&nbsp; It 
        comes in&nbsp;3


        flavors: Win32, Itanium and x64 (AMD64).</p>





      <h1 class="heading">Distributing the Binaries (Compact Framework)</h1>
      <p><b>System.Data.SQLite.DLL </b>and <b>SQLite.Interop.XXX.DLL</b> must be 
        deployed on the Compact Framework.&nbsp; The XXX is the build number of the 
        System.Data.SQLite library (e.g. &quot;078&quot;).&nbsp; SQLite.Interop.XXX is a fully 

        native assembly compiled for the ARM processor, and System.Data.SQLite is the 
        fully-managed Compact Framework assembly.</p>
      <hr />
      <div id="footer">
        <p>
          <a href="mailto:sqlite-users@sqlite.org?subject=SQLite.NET%20Class%20Library%20Documentation%20Feedback:%20Welcome">
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          engine (compared to other providers and engines)</a></p>
      <br>
      <h1 class="heading">SQLite.NET Provider Features</h1>
      <p>This SQLite provider implements every feature of the underlying SQLite 
        database engine without omission. Here's a brief summary:</p>
      <UL>
        <LI>
        Written from scratch on Visual Studio 2008 specifically for ADO.NET, implenting all the
        base classes and features recently introduced in the framework, including automatic
        transaction enlistment.<li>Supports the Full and Compact .NET Framework, as well as
          native C/C++ development.&nbsp; 100% binary compatible with the original sqlite3.dll.</li>
        <li>Full support for Mono via a &quot;managed only&quot; provider that runs against the 
          official SQLite 3.6.1 or higher library.</li>
        <li>Full Entity Framework support (ADO.NET 3.5 SP1)</li>
        <li>
        On the Compact Framework, it is faster than Sql Server Mobile.
          SQLite's installed size is a fraction of Sql Mobile's. It uses less memory at runtime,
          runs queries faster, and has a smaller database file size as well. </li>
        <li>Encrypted database support.&nbsp; Encrypted databases are fully encrypted and
          support both binary and cleartext password types. </li>
        <li>Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010 Design-Time Support.&nbsp; You can add a SQLite 
        database to the Servers list, design queries with the Query Designer, 
        drag-and-drop tables onto a Typed DataSet, etc.</li>
            <li>Full SQLite schema editing inside Visual Studio.&nbsp; You can create/edit 
              tables, views, triggers, indexes, check constraints and foreign keys. </li>
        <li>
        Available as a single file redistributable (except Compact Framework).&nbsp; The core sqlite3 codebase and the ADO.NET wrapper 
        are combined into one multi-module assembly. </li>
        <li>Also available as separate native and managed assemblies and optionally with the Visual C++ Runtime statically linked. </li>
        <li>
          Binaries included for Itanium, x64, x86 and ARM processors.
          <br />
          <font color="red">
            Itanium processor support not currently included.
          </font>
        </li>
        <li>
        DbProviderFactory support. </li>
        <li>
          Full support for ATTACH'ed databases.&nbsp; Exposed as <i>Catalogs</i>
        in the schema.&nbsp; When cloning a connection, all attached databases are 
        automatically re-attached to the new connection. </li>
        <li>
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        implement as user-defined functions and uses the same base class. </li>
        <li>
          Full source for the entire engine and wrapper.&nbsp; No copyrights.&nbsp; 
          Public Domain.&nbsp; 100% free for commercial and non-commercial use.&nbsp;</li>
      </UL>
      <br>
      <h1 class="heading">Distributing the Binaries (Desktop)</h1>
      <p>When using the mixed-mode assembly, the <b>System.Data.SQLite.DLL</b> file
        includes all the native and managed code. In that case, this is the only
        DLL required to be redistributed with your SQLite.NET application(s).&nbsp;
        When using separate native and managed assemblies, the
        <b>System.Data.SQLite.DLL</b> file contains all the managed code and the
        <b>SQLite.Interop.DLL</b> file contains all the native code.
        The native code comes in&nbsp;3 flavors: Win32, Itanium and x64 (AMD64).
        <br />
        <font color="red">
          Itanium processor support not currently included.
        </font>
      </p>
      <h1 class="heading">Distributing the Binaries (Compact Framework)</h1>
      <p>Both the <b>System.Data.SQLite.DLL </b>and <b>SQLite.Interop.XXX.DLL</b> files
        must be deployed on the Compact Framework.&nbsp; The XXX is the build number of
        the System.Data.SQLite library (e.g. &quot;078&quot;).&nbsp; The
        <b>SQLite.Interop.XXX.DLL</b> file is a fully native assembly compiled for
        the ARM processor, and System.Data.SQLite is the fully-managed Compact
        Framework assembly.</p>
      <hr />
      <div id="footer">
        <p>
          <a href="mailto:sqlite-users@sqlite.org?subject=SQLite.NET%20Class%20Library%20Documentation%20Feedback:%20Welcome">
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Version 1.0.78.0 January XX, 2012<br />
Using <a href="http://www.sqlite.org/releaselog/3_7_10.html">SQLite 3.7.10</a><br />
Originally written by Robert Simpson<br />
Released to the public domain, use at your own risk!<br />
Official provider website:&nbsp;<a href="http://system.data.sqlite.org/">http://system.data.sqlite.org/</a><br />
Legacy versions:&nbsp;<a href="http://sqlite.phxsoftware.com/">http://sqlite.phxsoftware.com/</a><br />
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Version 1.0.78.0 January 27, 2012<br />
Using <a href="http://www.sqlite.org/releaselog/3_7_10.html">SQLite 3.7.10</a><br />
Originally written by Robert Simpson<br />
Released to the public domain, use at your own risk!<br />
Official provider website:&nbsp;<a href="http://system.data.sqlite.org/">http://system.data.sqlite.org/</a><br />
Legacy versions:&nbsp;<a href="http://sqlite.phxsoftware.com/">http://sqlite.phxsoftware.com/</a><br />
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    Visual Studio design-time Support, works with all versions of Visual Studio
    2005/2008/2010.  You can add a SQLite database to the Servers list, design
    queries with the Query Designer, drag-and-drop tables onto a Typed DataSet,
    etc.
    <br />
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      Currently not included.  We are still updating the design-time support
      installer.  Due to Visual Studio licensing restrictions, the Express
      Editions can no longer be supported.
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    2005/2008/2010.  You can add a SQLite database to the Servers list, design
    queries with the Query Designer, drag-and-drop tables onto a Typed DataSet,
    etc.
    <br />
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      Due to Visual Studio licensing restrictions, the Express Editions can no
      longer be supported.
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<b>Version History</b>

<p>
    <b>1.0.78.0 - January XX, 2012 <font color="red">(release pending)</font></b>
</p>
<ul>
    <li>Updated to [http://www.sqlite.org/releaselog/3_7_10.html|SQLite 3.7.10]
    <li>Redesign the VS designer support installer and integrate it into the setup packages.</li>
    <li>When emitting SQL for foreign keys in the VS designer, be sure to take all returned schema rows into account. Remainder of fix for [b226147b37].</li>
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<ul>
    <li>Updated to [http://www.sqlite.org/releaselog/3_7_10.html|SQLite 3.7.10]
    <li>Redesign the VS designer support installer and integrate it into the setup packages.</li>
    <li>When emitting SQL for foreign keys in the VS designer, be sure to take all returned schema rows into account. Remainder of fix for [b226147b37].</li>
    <li>Add Flags connection string property to control extra behavioral flags for the connection.</li>
    <li>Refactor all IDisposable implementations to conform to best practices, potentially eliminating leaks in certain circumstances.</li>