On Fri, 16 Jan 2015, Alex Thurgood wrote:
You don't say whether your users will be just reading, or reading from
and writing to the database.
Reading and writing.
Also be aware that SQLite timestamps and datetime data are incorrectly
handled by Base as far as I recall.
That's interesting. Will have to look for problems.
The easiest way to do this might be to set up an empty ODB that connects
to your SQlite file via a driver, then after loading the ODF file use
Tools > SQL and copy in your DDL statement into the SQL window.
That copying is what I was hoping to avoid. I'll create the sqlite db,
then see if I can connect to it via a sqlite-odbc driver. Should be one that
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