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Comment:Doc updates for Visual Studio 2012.
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User & Date: mistachkin 2012-09-24 20:48:37
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2012-10-04
11:21
Add custom locking semantics for the CriticalHandle derived classes when compiled for the .NET Compact Framework. check-in: b8212344a0 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
2012-09-24
20:48
Doc updates for Visual Studio 2012. check-in: e7339793f8 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
2012-09-23
10:11
Modify the stress test so that all workload threads have multiple iterations. check-in: a8664bc59c user: mistachkin tags: trunk
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        keep you busy.  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 />
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          Due to Visual Studio licensing restrictions, the Express Editions can no
          longer be supported.
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        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
        2005/2008/2010/2012.  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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        <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
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        <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 2005/2008/2010/2012 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>

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      The .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (or higher) for the System.Data.SQLite.Linq
      assembly.
    </li>

    <li>
      All sub-projects are fully supported with the .NET Framework 4.0.
    </li>




  </ul>
</p>

<hr>
<a name="q4"></a>
<p>
  <b>(4) What versions of Visual Studio are supported?</b>
</p>

<p>
  Currently, Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010 are supported, including the
  &quot;Express&quot; editions; however, in order to build the entire solution,
  including the necessary native code, the &quot;Professional&quot; edition (or
  higher) is required.  It may be possible to install both Visual C# Express
  and Visual C++ Express and then build the corresponding sub-projects via their
  respective integrated development environments (IDE); however, this
  configuration has <b>not</b> been tested.  The design-time components are
  <b>no longer</b> supported for the Express editions due to licensing
  restrictions.
</p>

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      If necessary (i.e. you require LINQ support), also add a reference to the
      "System.Data.SQLite.Linq" assembly from the "Externals" directory.
    </li>
  </ul>
</p>

<p>
  Alternatively, when using Visual Studio 2010, you can simply use the NuGet
  package that corresponds to your target processor architecture.  Installing
  the assemblies into the Global Assembly Cache is not recommended as it may
  cause conflicts with other applications installed on the machine.
</p>

<hr>
<a name="q9"></a>
<p>
  <b>(9) How do I install System.Data.SQLite on end-user machines?</b>
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      The .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (or higher) for the System.Data.SQLite.Linq
      assembly.
    </li>

    <li>
      All sub-projects are fully supported with the .NET Framework 4.0.
    </li>

    <li>
      All sub-projects are fully supported with the .NET Framework 4.5.
    </li>
  </ul>
</p>

<hr>
<a name="q4"></a>
<p>
  <b>(4) What versions of Visual Studio are supported?</b>
</p>

<p>
  Currently, Visual Studio 2005, 2008, 2010, and 2012 are supported, including
  the &quot;Express&quot; editions; however, in order to build the entire
  solution, including the necessary native code, the &quot;Professional&quot;
  edition (or higher) is required.  It may be possible to install both Visual C#
  Express and Visual C++ Express and then build the corresponding sub-projects
  via their respective integrated development environments (IDE); however, this
  configuration has <b>not</b> been tested.  The design-time components are
  <b>no longer</b> supported for the Express editions due to licensing
  restrictions.
</p>

<hr>
<a name="q5"></a>
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      If necessary (i.e. you require LINQ support), also add a reference to the
      "System.Data.SQLite.Linq" assembly from the "Externals" directory.
    </li>
  </ul>
</p>

<p>
  Alternatively, when using Visual Studio 2010 or later, you can simply use the
  NuGet package that corresponds to your target processor architecture.
  Installing the assemblies into the Global Assembly Cache is not recommended as
  it may cause conflicts with other applications installed on the machine.
</p>

<hr>
<a name="q9"></a>
<p>
  <b>(9) How do I install System.Data.SQLite on end-user machines?</b>
</p>

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  <li>
    Encrypted database support.  Encrypted databases are fully encrypted and
    support both binary and cleartext password types.
  </li>

  <li>
    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.
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  <li>
    Encrypted database support.  Encrypted databases are fully encrypted and
    support both binary and cleartext password types.
  </li>

  <li>
    Visual Studio design-time Support, works with all versions of Visual Studio
    2005/2008/2010/2012.  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>
  </li>