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SQLite Expert Personal Edition Version 5.2.2.240 (x64) problem

I installed SQLite Expert Personal Edition Version 5.2.2.240 (x64).

external image user_none_lg.jpgve3meo Nov 12, 2017

What is your OS? Is it 32 or 64 bit. You can install 32 or 64 bit programs on a 64 bit OS but you cannot install a 64 bit program on a 32 bit system. 32 bit programs on a 64 bit system must be installed in "Program Files (x86)"; 64 bit programs go into "Program Files".

I started SQLite Expert Personal Edition
I opened my database
I got a popup saying SQLite Library not loaded.
I click OK
When I checked the SQLite Library in the options it contained sqlite3.dll 3.21.0 [FTS3 FTS4 FTS5 RTREE]

ve3meo Nov 12, 2017

That looks right. But maybe the 32b/64b issue caused this error.

I entered the following in the SQL window:

select surname
from nametable;

ve3meo Nov 12, 2017

Don't select a field that requires RMNOCASE until you resolve the basic issues. This just complicates the matter.


I got Database not connected

ve3meo Nov 12, 2017

because the SQLite Library didn't load. Has nothing to do with unifuzz.

I did a right click on my database
I selected Load Extension
I selected the the File Name (C:\Program Data\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\SQLite Expert\Personal 5 – 64bit\unifuzz.dll

ve3meo Nov 12, 2017

This is a path to a hyperlink, not to the file unifuzz.dll unless that's where you put it. I think the best place for extensions is with the program. On my 64b Win 10 system, I have the 32b version 4 program and unifuzz in "C:\Program Files (x86)\SQLite Expert\Personal 4"

I entered sqlite_extension_init for the Entry Point
I checked Auto
I clicked OK
I got the following: Could not load library: C:\Program Data\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\SQLite Expert\Personal 5 – 64bit\unifuzz.dll%1 is not a valid Win32 application.
I tried doing the above but left Auto unchecked
I got an Access violation error

I have put the unifuzz.dll file in C:\program File\SQLite Expert\ Personal 5 folder and did the above steps and got the same results.

I put the unifuzz.dll file in the folder where the rmgc file is and still got the same thing.

What am I doing wrong?

Should the library be unifuzz.dll instead of sqlite.dll? If so how do I change it?

ve3meo Nov 12, 2017

No.

Discussions

ve3meo

unifuzz.dll is compatible only with the 32 bit version

ve3meo 12 November 2017 16:19:01

http://sqlitetoolsforrootsmagic.wikispaces.com/Using%20unifuzz.dll%20with%20SQLite%20Expert-Version%204%20and%205

So uninstall the 64b SQLite Expert. Install the 32b version and place unifuzz.dll in the same folder as the program.

momakid
momakid 12 November 2017 18:17:11

Is it possible to use the 64b SQLite Expert version with Rootsmagic 7.5? If so what do I need to do to make it work? I have a 64b machine so I would like to use the 64b version. But if it is not possible, I have no problem using the 32b version. Thank you so very much. You are a miracle worker.

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ve3meo

Comment: What is your OS? Is it 32 or 64 bit. ...

ve3meo 12 November 2017 16:15:20

What is your OS? Is it 32 or 64 bit. You can install 32 or 64 bit programs on a 64 bit OS but you cannot install a 64 bit program on a 32 bit system. 32 bit programs on a 64 bit system must be installed in "Program Files (x86)"; 64 bit programs go into "Program Files".

ve3meo

Comment: That looks right. But maybe the 32b/6...

ve3meo 12 November 2017 16:15:21

That looks right. But maybe the 32b/64b issue caused this error.

ve3meo

Comment: Don't select a field that requires RM...

ve3meo 12 November 2017 16:15:22

Don't select a field that requires RMNOCASE until you resolve the basic issues. This just complicates the matter.

ve3meo

Comment: because the SQLite Library didn't loa...

ve3meo 12 November 2017 16:15:23

because the SQLite Library didn't load. Has nothing to do with unifuzz.

ve3meo

Comment: This is a path to a hyperlink, not to...

ve3meo 12 November 2017 16:15:23

This is a path to a hyperlink, not to the file unifuzz.dll unless that's where you put it. I think the best place for extensions is with the program. On my 64b Win 10 system, I have the 32b version 4 program and unifuzz in "C:\Program Files (x86)\SQLite Expert\Personal 4"

ve3meo

Comment: No.

ve3meo 12 November 2017 16:15:24

No.

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