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Nic-7
Hi All

Has anyone got Sqlite to run on a 64bit Operating System ? I am having issues with server 2008

Regards
Nic
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Re: 64bit Version

Brad House
Yes, we utilize 64bit versions of SQLite on:
Linux (x86_64)
FreeBSD (x86_64)
Windows (x64 -- XP, Vista -- should also work on 2008)
Solaris (sparc64)
AIX (ppc64)

All work fine.

-Brad

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> Has anyone got Sqlite to run on a 64bit Operating System ? I am having issues with server 2008
>
> Regards
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Re: 64bit Version

Nic-7
Hi Brad
Thanks for the prompt reply the error I am getting is that the sqlite files (see below) could not be copied to the system32 folder? I have tried all sorts,
I do have administrative rights but just have no luck with this...

Sqliteodbc.dll
Sqliteodbcu.dll
Sqlite3.odbc.dll

Any Ideas

Best Regards
Nic


-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Brad House
Sent: 18 July 2008 14:39
To: General Discussion of SQLite Database
Subject: Re: [sqlite] 64bit Version

Yes, we utilize 64bit versions of SQLite on:
Linux (x86_64)
FreeBSD (x86_64)
Windows (x64 -- XP, Vista -- should also work on 2008)
Solaris (sparc64)
AIX (ppc64)

All work fine.

-Brad

Nic wrote:

> Hi All
>
> Has anyone got Sqlite to run on a 64bit Operating System ? I am having issues with server 2008
>
> Regards
> Nic
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Re: 64bit Version

Brad House
> Hi Brad
> Thanks for the prompt reply the error I am getting is that the sqlite files (see below) could not be copied to the system32 folder? I have tried all sorts,
> I do have administrative rights but just have no luck with this...
>
> Sqliteodbc.dll
> Sqliteodbcu.dll
> Sqlite3.odbc.dll
>
> Any Ideas

I've never used the SQLite ODBC Driver.
Really can't help you there.  Seems odd that you'd
e-mail this list though since SQLite doesn't provide
an ODBC driver interface, though there are 3rd party
ODBC interfaces.  That said, maybe you're confused and
you somehow think it _is_ an ODBC driver on Windows?
You might want to check out this Wiki page:
http://www.sqlite.org/cvstrac/wiki?p=SqliteOdbc

The only ways I've used it on Windows is to either have
the standard sqlite dll file in the same directory as
the program which depends on it, or use the amagalmation
and compile it directly into my program.

Both of those work fine.

-Brad
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Re: 64bit Version

Doug-4
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Isn't 2008 the same as Vista?  In that case, are you sure you have
administrative rights?  I'm betting user account control is limiting them at
the moment.  Run cmd.exe as an administrator (right click on a shortcut and
choose Run As Administrator) and then see if it works.  If you don't see the
UAC dialog, and you haven't disabled UAC, then you're probably using a
limited security token (which is the default).

HTH

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Nic
Sent: Friday, July 18, 2008 8:49 AM
To: General Discussion of SQLite Database
Subject: Re: [sqlite] 64bit Version

Hi Brad
Thanks for the prompt reply the error I am getting is that the sqlite files
(see below) could not be copied to the system32 folder? I have tried all
sorts,
I do have administrative rights but just have no luck with this...

Sqliteodbc.dll
Sqliteodbcu.dll
Sqlite3.odbc.dll

Any Ideas

Best Regards
Nic


-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email]
[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Brad House
Sent: 18 July 2008 14:39
To: General Discussion of SQLite Database
Subject: Re: [sqlite] 64bit Version

Yes, we utilize 64bit versions of SQLite on:
Linux (x86_64)
FreeBSD (x86_64)
Windows (x64 -- XP, Vista -- should also work on 2008)
Solaris (sparc64)
AIX (ppc64)

All work fine.

-Brad

Nic wrote:
> Hi All
>
> Has anyone got Sqlite to run on a 64bit Operating System ? I am having
issues with server 2008
>
> Regards
> Nic
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> http://sqlite.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users
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Re: 64bit Version

Teg-3
Hello Doug,

Friday, July 18, 2008, 4:23:15 PM, you wrote:

D> Isn't 2008 the same as Vista?  In that case, are you sure you have
D> administrative rights?  I'm betting user account control is limiting them at
D> the moment.  Run cmd.exe as an administrator (right click on a shortcut and
D> choose Run As Administrator) and then see if it works.  If you don't see the
D> UAC dialog, and you haven't disabled UAC, then you're probably using a
D> limited security token (which is the default).

D> HTH

D> -----Original Message-----
D> From: [hidden email]
D> [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Nic
D> Sent: Friday, July 18, 2008 8:49 AM
D> To: General Discussion of SQLite Database
D> Subject: Re: [sqlite] 64bit Version

D> Hi Brad
D> Thanks for the prompt reply the error I am getting is that the sqlite files
D> (see below) could not be copied to the system32 folder? I have tried all
D> sorts,
D> I do have administrative rights but just have no luck with this...

D> Sqliteodbc.dll
D> Sqliteodbcu.dll
D> Sqlite3.odbc.dll

D> Any Ideas

D> Best Regards
D> Nic


D> -----Original Message-----
D> From: [hidden email]
D> [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Brad House
D> Sent: 18 July 2008 14:39
D> To: General Discussion of SQLite Database
D> Subject: Re: [sqlite] 64bit Version

D> Yes, we utilize 64bit versions of SQLite on:
D> Linux (x86_64)
D> FreeBSD (x86_64)
D> Windows (x64 -- XP, Vista -- should also work on 2008)
D> Solaris (sparc64)
D> AIX (ppc64)

D> All work fine.

D> -Brad

D> Nic wrote:
>> Hi All
>>
>> Has anyone got Sqlite to run on a 64bit Operating System ? I am having
D> issues with server 2008
>>
>> Regards
>> Nic
>> _______________________________________________
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>> http://sqlite.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users
>>
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Did you recompile those files for 64 bits? If you can't replace the
existing files, even though you're admin, they're probably currently
in use. I might try renaming them. Windows has a mechanism for
replacing files on reboot which is why some installs require reboots
and some don't. Pretty sure you can't mix 32 bit dll's and 64 bit apps
so, you have to make sure if your app is 64 bits, so are your DLL's.

Why can't you just leave those DLL's in the application folder?

--
Best regards,
 Teg                            mailto:[hidden email]

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