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SAPHIR SQLite v's SQLite API

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Can anyone tell me please what are the major differences between the SAPHIR SQLiteVIEW package that is on the NI Tools Network - https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-13458

and the SQLite API on the LabVIEW Tools Website - http://www.labview-tools.com/software/sqlite-api/ (apart from one is free and the other isn't).

Chris

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You need to do all the SQL yourself with SAPHIR's kit. ShaunR's kit has high-level VIs that work like the NI DB kit and low-level stuff for, well, low-level stuff.

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Ah yes now that you mention it I see what you mean about doing all the SQL queries yourself with the SQLiteVIEW toolkit. Anyway I'll send a query off to them to find out what are the advantages (if any) of using their package of the SQLite API - maybe it has better performance or something - thanks.

Chris

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Ah yes now that you mention it I see what you mean about doing all the SQL queries yourself with the SQLiteVIEW toolkit. Anyway I'll send a query off to them to find out what are the advantages (if any) of using their package of the SQLite API - maybe it has better performance or something - thanks.

Chris

There's lots of info on the SQLite API For Labviews performance here. There's also a lot of the development history too since LAVA was its birthplace.

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