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      <p>One of the great new features of ADO.NET 2.0 is the use of reflection as a 
        means of instantiating database providers programmatically. The information 
        .NET uses to enumerate the available data providers in the system is relatively 
        simple. It merely looks in the machine.config and in your own app.config file for some XML data to tell it what providers are 
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           type="System.Data.SQLite.SQLiteFactory, System.Data.SQLite,
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      <p>One of the great new features of ADO.NET 2.0 is the use of reflection as a 
        means of instantiating database providers programmatically. The information 
        .NET uses to enumerate the available data providers in the system is relatively 
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      <h1 class="dtH1">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>
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      <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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      <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>
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      <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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      <p>As providers go, this one doesn't have many restrictions. SQLite has no 
        support for row-level or table-level locks. When a connection locks the database for writing, no other connection or process may read or write to the database until the write operation is complete.  The SQLite.NET provider attempts to retry 
        internally if a database is locked, up to the CommandTimeout property of the 
        command in question.</p>
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        natively. They are (in .NET-speak) Int64, Double, String and Blob. The 
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        that transaction was created before or after the command.</p>
      <p>A SQLiteCommand object <b>can</b> be re-assigned a new SQLiteConnection object 
        as long as no DataReaders are active on the command.</p>
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        you want to write to the database! If you hold open a transaction, all readers 
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        another thread. Once passed, the other thread becomes the new owner of the 
        cloned connection, and the original thread must not keep a reference to the 
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        therefore your own responsibility in a multi-threaded environment to handle 
        potential timeouts that may occur if a long-running query in one thread 
        prevents a query in another thread from executing. These timeouts will only 
        occur if one thread is attempting to read while another thread is attempting to 
        write. Whichever thread got its lock first will be the one to execute, and the 
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      <h1 class="dtH1">About SQLite.NET</h1>
      <p>This class library is an ADO.NET 2.0 wrapper around the popular (and free!) 
        SQLite database engine. For information on SQL syntax, features of SQLite and a 
        good understanding of how it works and what it does, I highly recommend heading 
        over to <a target="_blank" href="http://www.sqlite.org">sqlite.org</a> and 
        reading the documentation there.</p>
      <P>The C# provider, the very minor C code modifications to SQLite, documentation and 
        etc&nbsp;were written by <A href="mailto:robert@blackcastlesoft.com">Robert 
          Simpson</A>, and the SourceForge project page can be found <A target="_blank" href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlite-dotnet2">
          here</A>.</P>
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      <h1 class="dtH1">What's New?</h1>
      <p><a href="version.html">Click here to see the version history of this SQLite.NET 
          provider</a></p>
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      <h1 class="dtH1">What's Coming Up?</h1>
      <p>There's a few things I'm aiming to do in the near future:&nbsp;</p>
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          <LI>
            More&nbsp;class documentation and examples.&nbsp; I'll also be integrating a 
            lot of the documentation from the official <A target="_blank" href="http://www.sqlite.org">
              sqlite.org</A> website into the helpfile for quick and easy access.</LI>
          <li>Design-time support for DDL, enabling you to create/alter tables, manage indexes
            and foreign keys, etc.</li>
          </ul>
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      <br>
      <h1 class="dtH1">Using this library</h1>
      <p>The following are links to information on various aspects of the library and 
        how to use it in your application(s)
      </p>
      <p><a href="designer.html">How to install&nbsp;Visual Studio Design-Time Support</a></p>
      <P><A href="dbfactorysupport.html">How to configure and enumerate SQLite.NET 
          through the DbProviderFactories object</A></P>
      <p><a href="optimizing.html">Getting the best performance out of SQLite</a></p>
      <p><a href="limitations.html">Limitations of the SQLite.NET provider and the SQLite 
          engine (compared to other providers and engines)</a></p>
      <br>
      <h1 class="dtH1">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 specifically for ADO.NET 2.0, 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
................................................................................
        Full support for user-defined collating sequences, every bit as simple to 
        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="dtH1">Distributing the Binaries</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;4
        flavors: Win32, Itanium, X64 (AMD64) and ARM (Compact Framework).&nbsp; The Compact
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        versions share the same strong name so they can be interchanged where appropriate without
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      <p>This class library is an ADO.NET 2.0 wrapper around the popular (and free!) 
        SQLite database engine. For information on SQL syntax, features of SQLite and a 
        good understanding of how it works and what it does, I highly recommend heading 
        over to <a target="_blank" href="http://www.sqlite.org">sqlite.org</a> and 
        reading the documentation there.</p>
      <P>The C# provider, the very minor C code modifications to SQLite, documentation and 
        etc&nbsp;were written by <A href="mailto:robert@blackcastlesoft.com">Robert 
          Simpson</A>, and the SourceForge project page can be found <A target="_blank" href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlite-dotnet2">
          here</A>.</P>
      <DIV>
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      <h1 class="heading">What's New?</h1>
      <p><a href="version.html">Click here to see the version history of this SQLite.NET 
          provider</a></p>
      <DIV>
        <br>
      </DIV>
      <h1 class="heading">What's Coming Up?</h1>
      <p>There's a few things I'm aiming to do in the near future:&nbsp;</p>
      <DIV>
        <ul>
          <LI>
            More&nbsp;class documentation and examples.&nbsp; I'll also be integrating a 
            lot of the documentation from the official <A target="_blank" href="http://www.sqlite.org">
              sqlite.org</A> website into the helpfile for quick and easy access.</LI>
          <li>Design-time support for DDL, enabling you to create/alter tables, manage indexes
            and foreign keys, etc.</li>
          </ul>
      </DIV>
      <br>
      <h1 class="heading">Using this library</h1>
      <p>The following are links to information on various aspects of the library and 
        how to use it in your application(s)
      </p>
      <p><a href="designer.html">How to install&nbsp;Visual Studio Design-Time Support</a></p>
      <P><A href="dbfactorysupport.html">How to configure and enumerate SQLite.NET 
          through the DbProviderFactories object</A></P>
      <p><a href="optimizing.html">Getting the best performance out of SQLite</a></p>
      <p><a href="limitations.html">Limitations of the SQLite.NET provider and the SQLite 
          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 specifically for ADO.NET 2.0, 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
................................................................................
        Full support for user-defined collating sequences, every bit as simple to 
        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</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;4
        flavors: Win32, Itanium, X64 (AMD64) and ARM (Compact Framework).&nbsp; The Compact
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        versions share the same strong name so they can be interchanged where appropriate without
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