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Where is sqlite.exe?

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This is probably a really lame question, but where do I download sqlite.exe from?  I look at the SQLite site download page, and I don't see it...
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Jump down to

Precompiled Binaries For Windows
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http://www.sqlite.org/download.html
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But that is a console version

This one may help you more

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlitebrowser/
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When I installed the ADO .NET API, it seems to have installed the database engine also, although I don't see sqlite.exe.  I ran the  SQLite Test Application, and everything passed, so I assume the engine is there... am I wrong?


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There is no SQLite "engine"!
That's the whole point of the "Lite".. whatever application that is connecting it has all the code required to manipulate the database. Like Access being the front and back end at the same time.  Your app also contains the "engine".

The tools linked to above can be used to open and view/manipulate SQLite databases created by other programs.
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OK... I understand that now... so, do I just include the System.Data.SQLite.dll as a reference in VS 2008, and I'm good to go?
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That's the plan!
Happy coding
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Thank you...
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