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      <td colspan="3" class="importantNotes">
        The string &quot;<b>&lt;bin&gt;</b>&quot; above represents the directory
        where the application binaries are to be deployed on the target machine.
        With the native library pre-loading feature enabled and the application
        deployment shown above, the System.Data.SQLite managed-only assembly
        will attempt to automatically detect the processor architecture of the
        current process and pre-load the appropriate native library.
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        If native library pre-loading feature does not work properly in your
        environment, it can be disabled by setting the
        &quot;No_PreLoadSQLite&quot; environment variable (i.e. to anything)
        prior to loading and/or using the System.Data.SQLite assembly.  There
        are several more environment variables that can be used to influence the
        behavior of the native library pre-loading feature, documented
        <a href="/index.html/artifact?ci=trunk&filename=Doc/Extra/environment.html">here</a>.





























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        <b>Deployment Guidelines</b>
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      <td colspan="3" class="importantNotes">
        The string &quot;<b>&lt;bin&gt;</b>&quot; above represents the directory
        where the application binaries are to be deployed on the target machine.
        With the native library pre-loading feature enabled and the application
        deployment shown above, the System.Data.SQLite managed-only assembly
        will attempt to automatically detect the processor architecture of the
        current process and pre-load the appropriate native library.
      </td>
    </tr>

    <tr>
      <td colspan="3" class="importantHeader">
        <b>Advanced Configuration Settings</b>
      </td>
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      <td colspan="3" class="importantNotes">
        If native library pre-loading feature does not work properly in your
        environment, it can be disabled by setting the
        &quot;No_PreLoadSQLite&quot; environment variable (i.e. to anything)
        prior to loading and/or using the System.Data.SQLite assembly.  There
        are several more environment variables that can be used to influence the
        behavior of the native library pre-loading feature, documented
        <a href="/index.html/artifact?ci=trunk&filename=Doc/Extra/environment.html">here</a>.
        <br /><br />
        Use of environment variables for configuration settings is not
        supported by the .NET Compact Framework builds of System.Data.SQLite,
        due to limitations imposed by the platform itself.
        <br /><br />
        Alternatively, as of version 1.0.91.0, all configuration settings can be
        specified via an optional
        <a href="/index.html/artifact?ci=trunk&filename=System.Data.SQLite/System.Data.SQLite.dll.config">XML configuration file</a>.
        Using the XML configuration file when the primary System.Data.SQLite
        assembly (&quot;System.Data.SQLite.dll&quot;) is being executed from the
        Global Assembly Cache is <b>unsupported</b>.
        <br /><br />
        For each configuration setting, the associated environment variable
        value, if present, will override the value specified via the XML
        configuration file.
        <br /><br />
        For the full .NET Framework, the XML configuration file <b>must</b> be
        named &quot;<b>System.Data.SQLite.dll.config</b>&quot; and it
        <b>must</b> be present in the
        <a href="http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.appdomain.basedirectory%28v=vs.80%29.aspx">base directory for the application domain</a>
        <b>or</b> the directory containing the primary System.Data.SQLite
        assembly as reported by its
        <a href="http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.reflection.assembly.location%28v=vs.80%29.aspx">location</a>
        property; otherwise, it will be ignored.
        <br /><br />
        For the .NET Compact Framework, the XML configuration file <b>must</b>
        be named &quot;<b>System.Data.SQLite.dll.config</b>&quot; and it
        <b>must</b> be present in the directory containing the primary
        System.Data.SQLite assembly; otherwise, it will be ignored.
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    <tr>
      <td colspan="3" class="importantHeader">
        <b>Deployment Guidelines</b>
      </td>