Hopefully this is a quick question. I'm trying to do some array processing and sorting and think it would be easier to do this within a database environment, but don't want to have to go back to the mySql server for this temporary stuff. I think an in memory SQLite connection would work just fine. Looking in the forums it looks it's possible, but there aren't really any examples for B4J, just basic Java, which I'm not really familiar with. I've looked at this link https://bitbucket.org/xerial/sqlite-jdbc/wiki/Usage and see basically what needs to be done, but how do you do that in the context of B4J? To initialize SQLite, you have to pass over folders and filenames, but that's not what's needed. Anyone with a B4J code snippet on initializing an In Memory database?