If you try to install the 64 bit version of SQLite on your Windows 7 64 bit system, you’ll find that your code will break. It simply won’t work. You’ll also find that when you try to add a connection in “Server Explorer” inside of Visual Studio, that there’s no option for making a SQLite connection.
This is because, for some reason, none of the current versions have the install for a SQLite connector. For that, you’ll have to install the really old version 188.8.131.52 executable first. After that, you can install the latest 32bit version (the 64bit version doesn’t work). Once 184.108.40.206 is installed, you’ll have SQLite available in Visual Studio:
You can get v 220.127.116.11 from here:
You can download the 32bit DLLs here sqlite-netFx35-setup-bundle-x64-2008-18.104.22.168.zip:. It’s under the section titled “Precompiled binaries for Windows”.
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