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Connecting to SQLite db in PowerGadgets

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A couple of approaches is to determine whether there's an "ODBC" interface to your DB.  Another approach is to determine what kind of .NET functionality might be provided to access your DB (I just found this: http://sqlite.phxsoftware.com/).

Are you willing to install any kind of 3rd party app if required?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQLlite says:

"SQLite also has bindings for a large number of programming languages, including BASIC, C, C++, Common Lisp, Java, C#, Delphi, Curl, Lua, Tcl, R, PHP, Perl, Ruby, Objective-C (on Mac OS X), Python, newLisp and Smalltalk. There is also a COM (ActiveX) wrapper making SQLite accessible on Windows to scripted languages such as Javascript and VBScript. This adds database capabilities to HTML Applications (HTA).[3]"

So, C# and COM support are probably good news for accessing these via PowerShell.

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