where are those sqlite database file I'm using ....???


    Mar 16 2011 | 3:55 pm
    I didn't understand where the database file is stored. So I'm trying to know what would be the best compromise between reliability/safeness & simplicity.
    I'll only have to store around 800 entries in the DB. This number won't increase (it is a pool of rfid tags..) 2 fields, id & language. this DB will be only requested with "SELECT". a server will have the DB patch, and clients will send ID & the server will send language (through OSC over udp)
    no more, no less.
    I'd need to load it at load time but I can do that easilty loadbang+my js
    any advices? ideas? experiences?
    sqlite seems nice. I just have to figure out how to manage (& backup) those files!

    • Mar 16 2011 | 4:30 pm
      From memory, the sqlite db files are written to the max application directory unless they are created with an explicit path in the filename.
    • Mar 16 2011 | 4:38 pm
      thanks a lot spectro. I guess my filename/filepath isn't correct so I cannot "see" them :-(
    • Mar 16 2011 | 10:32 pm
      Try hooking this up. This should give you a database at a specified file location.