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Andreas Schaudt
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Andreas Schaudt asked on 05 Aug 2009, 10:47 PM
hi,

is SQLite still planned for the Q3 Release and when will it become available ? Will there be a beta for Q3 and when ?

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Peter Brunner
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answered on 06 Aug 2009, 07:34 AM
Hello Andreas,

Our database outlook schedule looks like:

  • Microsoft SQl Server 2008 CE
  • VistaDB
  • SQLite
  • Postgres
  • IBM DB2

So new databases should show up most-likely in this order; partly this year, partly early next year.

Having said that, SQLite has only small changes to make it for the Q3 Release.

We do not have any plans for Beta releases for OpenAccess, but we might make new features available in some cases before the release.

If you have a certain case, which would explain the need of an early access for you, please create a support ticket, so that we can track and consider it, when time comes.

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SteveL
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answered on 02 Nov 2009, 05:56 PM
Can you now confirm that SQLite support is coming in the Q3 release?

Steve
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Peter Brunner
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answered on 02 Nov 2009, 06:16 PM
Hello Steve,

Sorry, SQLite wasn't actually planned for Q3. We will have 2 new databases with Q3 and then SQLite is second after VistaDB, so good chances for Q1.

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answered on 03 Nov 2009, 09:59 AM
OK, thanks, Peter. I'm currently using the ADO.Net Entity Framework (or whatever its correct title is) and finding performance not too good. I was hoping OpenAccess ORM would give me better performance. I think I'll have to go with 'raw' SQL for now.

Steve
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