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Víctor M.

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  1. First of all thank you again for your quick response. And sorry for the delay, but I was out and I could not check it until today. I took some time to try to use the same bitness in all DLLs and LabVIEW as you suggested but it did not worked. I had the same error in all the trials I did. Moreover, I was surprised because I repeated the same experiment than the explained in my previous post with the two extension functions DLLs (extension-functions.dll and extension-functions_64.dll, which I suppose that are the files for 32 and 64 files respectively) and I get no errors when trying t
  2. Thank you for your quick response. I follow your instructions and I did several experiments but I cannot get my problem solved. These are the experiments performed: First experiment: loading "mod_spatialite.dll": I wrote this line in the sqlite3 command-line tool: SELECT load_extension('mod_spatialite.dll'); As a result of this sentence I did not get any error message. It is interesting to note that the file "mod_spatialite.dll" was in the same folder than "sqlite3.exe". Nevertheless, I could not do that in LabVIEW, also after copying the DLL file in the same folder than
  3. Hello, I am working with LabVIEW and SQLite and I am using the SQLite library created by drjdpowell. Moreover, I need to use SPATIALite as SDietrich used in the previous quoted post. To do so I am following the instructions of this Spatialite page and I am trying to include the file "mod_spatialite.dll" (SDietrich loaded "lib-spatialite-2.dll" but as this post is old I consider that now I should follow the instructions of the Spatialite web page). My question is, how can I load it? I tried to do that with the VI shown in the next image: where "BBDD Path" is the link t
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