SQLite and field name

Pagesot

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:sign0098:Hello

You may use the expression GetValue (Index) the name of the field instead of your index?

I can not find information ...

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Pagesot

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:sign0098:

OK, Thanks for the answer ... one more thing, abusing your kindness, I read that there is a command (I think it is vacuum), which is equivalent to the order to compact the database

If it is true that there is this command ... as would be implemented?

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Jordi Lladonosa
 

Pagesot

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SQLite Vacuum

:sign0013:Hello, I can not run the VACUUM command in my application ... SQLite processes the command and it not returns error, but the database continues with the same size, which is what I do wrong?

Sub VacuumDB

WaitCursor(True)
modDBs.InitConnDB
modDBs.ConnDBApp.BeginTransaction
modDBs.CmdDBApp.CommandText = "Vacuum"
modDBs.ConnDBApp.EndTransaction
modDBs.CloseConnDB
WaitCursor(False)

End Sub

I guess the syntax is not correct but I've been looking and only find information on command line syntax

Thanks
Pagesot
 

PepSoft

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Sub VacuumDB

WaitCursor(True)
modDBs.InitConnDB
modDBs.ConnDBApp.BeginTransaction
modDBs.CmdDBApp.CommandText = "Vacuum"
modDBs.ExecuteNonQuery
modDBs.ConnDBApp.EndTransaction
modDBs.CloseConnDB
WaitCursor(False)

End Sub

Try now

PepSoft
 

Pagesot

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Ok Pep:sign0060:, un milió de gràcies, he retirat també l'inici i el final de la transacció perque si no em retornava error.

Salut.!!
Jordi
 
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