I’ve been using the sqlite access through js recently and I’ve noticed that in order to get a database to write to disk I have to change the drive letter in the path to the preceeding letter of the alphabet. Example, I want a database saved on drive D: with name myCoolDatabase then using the example posted with Andrew Benson’s tutorial I send the js object the message "opendb C:/myCoolDatabase" and it appears on D: . This is on windowsXP latest max (5.07). I cannot help but wonder if this bug has the same undelying cause as the one that occasionaly stops me from viewing the source of an mxj throwing an error in the console telling me it looked in D:/Program Files/Cycling74….. when it should have looked in C:/Program Files/Cycling74…
Anyone else have the same problem ?
yes i have the same problem , and if i use the INSERT DELETE or UPDATE Statement maxmsp crash with windows XP Pro
did you have a solution, thx for you’r help
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