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Pragma Use for TCL scripts

Tilsley, Jerry M.-2
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Trying to access some encrypted databases via TCL interface and need to provide the key.  Can someone provide an good example of this?  I've found some things on google, but not having much success.

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Jerry Tilsley


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Re: Pragma Use for TCL scripts

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On 8/29/18, Tilsley, Jerry M. <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Trying to access some encrypted databases via TCL interface and need to
> provide the key.  Can someone provide an good example of this?  I've found
> some things on google, but not having much success.
>

Do you have a license for the SQLite Encryption Extension?

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Tilsley, Jerry M.-2
The data was encrypted by a third party softward, which I assume does have that since it works with their application.  I know it was possible to extract that data directly from the encrypted databases as long as you provided the encryption key as the community for this software talked about it.  Come to find out I was making a really stupid coding error.  I think I have this working now.

Jerry

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On 8/29/18, Tilsley, Jerry M. <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Trying to access some encrypted databases via TCL interface and need
> to provide the key.  Can someone provide an good example of this?
> I've found some things on google, but not having much success.
>

Do you have a license for the SQLite Encryption Extension?

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