-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 raf wrote: > the sqlite3 .dump command (version 3.4.2 and earlier) often fails > silently. i.e. it produces a file containing nothing but: The code for the shell mostly just runs sqlite3_exec and often ignores the return code (unless it is SQLITE_CORRUPT in which case the query is rerun with "ORDER

Database file created, but no tables are visible in Sqlite3. $ sqlite3 SQLite version 3.8.2 2013-12-06 14:53:30 Enter ".help" for instructions Enter SQL statements terminated with a ";" sqlite> .tables sqlite> .databases seq name file --- ----- ----- 0 main sqlite> .open diary.db sqlite> .tables entry sqlite> .dump entry PRAGMA foreign_keys = OFF; BEGIN TRANSACTION; CREATE TABLE "entry" ("id" INTEGER NOT ELS Howto: SQLite Backup and Restore cd /home/sqlite sqlite3 sample.db .dump > sample.bak Restoring the database. Restoring the database from a backup is just as easy as backing up, except we must make sure the destination database is empty first. Alternatively you may want to delete or rename the destination database and let sqlite create a new one for you. SQLite3 Dump File ------------- "C:\Users\Anonymous\AppData\ CREATE VIEW OCRItemTextView AS SELECT rowid, group_concat(OCRLine_Text, ' ') AS OCRItemTextView_Text FROM ( SELECT rowid, OCRItem_ItemId, OCRItem_Id, OCRLine_Id, group_concat(OCRWord_Text, ' ') AS OCRLine_Text FROM ( SELECT OCRItem.OCRItem_ItemId AS rowid, OCRItem_ItemId, OCRItem_Id, OCRLine_IndexOnItem, OCRLine_Id, OCRWord_Text FROM OCRItem …

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The sqlite3 tool. The sqlite3 tool is a terminal based frontend to the SQLite library that can evaluate queries interactively and display the results in multiple formats. It can also be used within scripts. On the terminal screen, we see the following prompt of the sqlite3 tool: $ sqlite3 SQLite version 3.16.2 2017-01-06 16:32:41 Enter ".help" for usage hints. DB Browser for SQLite

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Using sqlite (sqlite3) on the Ubuntu 16.04 Command Line. Home Assistant migration from Sqlite3 to MariaDB (MySQL