SQLite Databases in .NET

Implementation qr bidimensional barcode in .NET SQLite Databases
SQLite Databases
decode qr code 2d barcode with .net
Using Barcode Control SDK for .NET Control to generate, create, read, scan barcode image in .NET applications.
ne of the most powerful new tools introduced with the AIR API is the addition of local SQLite databases. Now you can store the data your application needs in a compact and quickly accessible format for later use, offline use, or transfer between computers. If you are building an application that is going to need its own file format or is going to use even a moderate amount of data, you probably want to use SQLite. This chapter provides you with a quick introduction to SQLite itself, and then helps you dive straight into using it. You don t have any configuration or setup to worry about, so all you really need to understand is a little bit of SQL, a few new classes, and a couple of new data types. By the end of this chapter, you should be able to print up new business cards to add DBA to the end of your title.
.net Framework qr bidimensional barcode encodingwith .net
using visual .net toembed qr code in asp.net web,windows application
IN THIS CHAPTER
scan qrcode on .net
Using Barcode recognizer for visual .net Control to read, scan read, scan image in visual .net applications.
Introducing SQLite Getting started with SQL Managing SQL databases
Bar Code encoder on .net
generate, create bar code none on .net projects
Introducing SQLite
Visual .net barcode scanneron .net
Using Barcode recognizer for .net vs 2010 Control to read, scan read, scan image in .net vs 2010 applications.
SQLite is an open-source relational database. It was released publicly in 2000 and has garnered a large community of supporters and users. You can trust it. It really is the perfect database engine for a desktop application, and one that is incredibly easy to use. The stated goal of the SQLite development community is to make the database simple. This means that they have left some features of other database engines out in the cold; if you re an Oracle administrator, you may not be amused. For most of us though, this is fantastic with simplicity comes stability, so SQLite is an engine you can use and an engine you can depend on.
Denso QR Bar Code implement on visual c#
using visual studio .net togenerate qr code 2d barcode for asp.net web,windows application
Part III
Integrate qr codes for .net
use asp.net website qr codes integrating toinsert denso qr bar code on .net
AIR API
Control qr-code data with visual basic
to use qr barcode and quick response code data, size, image with vb.net barcode sdk
Another thing that makes SQLite easy to use is that it doesn t require configuration. Other engines can be a bit intimidating because there are a dozen administrative tasks required before you can start calling SQL on a new database. This sort of thing is especially frustrating for beginners, because when something doesn t work you have to question all the choices you made as the database administrator. With SQLite you just create the table and go. There is a wealth of information about SQLite at the project Web site (www.sqlite.org), and you will be able to find help with the SQL it recognizes as well. If you are new to all of this, you will most likely have much more to learn about the SQL language than you will about SQLite in particular.
Visual .net Crystal barcode 39 generationon .net
using visual .net crystal topaint 3 of 9 for asp.net web,windows application
The anatomy of a database
.net Vs 2010 bar code integrationon .net
generate, create barcode none in .net projects
You probably have a reasonable idea of what a database is, but you may not be a seasoned database admin not yet anyway. A database consists of tables, and each table is a set of rows and columns. Essentially, a table is just an array of objects the columns are the variables of the objects, and the rows are the items in the array. If you wanted to catalog your socks in a database, then the Boolean that indicated whether or not they were clean would be a column in your table, those 70s-looking ones with the green stripes would be a row, and the value true to indicate that that pair is clean would be a cell. Each table needs to have a primary key. The primary key is a value that is distinct for each row, and is usually simply a counter. You may also choose a natural key as your primary key, which would be a value you were already going to include in the table and is by definition distinct. In SQLite, each database is a single file. By convention, databases are stored with the extension .db, but there are no actual restrictions on the extension. This means that if you would like to create your own custom file format, you can do so using an SQLite database if you want. Of course, you could save any file with a custom extension, but there are quite a few benefits to using a database extensibility and reliability are probably the top two.
UPC A barcode library for .net
generate, create universal product code version a none with .net projects
Customer Bar Code barcode library for .net
using barcode writer for .net control to generate, create cbc image in .net applications.
Data Matrix ECC200 barcode library with word
using office word toget 2d data matrix barcode with asp.net web,windows application
Render bar code with microsoft word
generate, create barcode none for microsoft word projects
.net Vs 2010 pdf-417 2d barcode readerwith .net
Using Barcode reader for Visual Studio .NET Control to read, scan read, scan image in Visual Studio .NET applications.
Integrate data matrix for .net c#
use windows forms crystal data matrix barcode encoding togenerate ecc200 on c#