any suggestion for the database file extension?mine is xxx.drh

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any suggestion for the database file extension?mine is xxx.drh

Huanghongdong
sqlite-users,您好!

       

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        Huanghongdong
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          2005-09-27
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RE: any suggestion for the database file extension?mine is xxx.drh

Downey, Shawn
I use .db3

At least one tool, Sqlite3Explorer, assumes that extension if I am not mistaken.

Shawn M. Downey
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From: Huanghongdong [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Tuesday, September 27, 2005 10:05 AM
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Subject: [sqlite] any suggestion for the database file extension?mine is xxx.drh

sqlite-users,您好!

       

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        Huanghongdong
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Re: any suggestion for the database file extension?mine is xxx.drh

Martin Engelschalk
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Hi,

several tools use .db3 (for sqlite3 - Format)

Martin

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Re: any suggestion for the database file extension?mine is xxx.drh

Chris Schirlinger
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I recommend not using SDB (on windows machines)
SQLite DataBase sounded like a good name too :)

That is the default extension for something called "Appfix Package"
and in certain circumstances, Windows will automatically back the DB
up every time it is changed thinking that a DLL or Application has
changed so the System Restore can roll it back at a later date