How to connect to an SQLite database in Visual Studio

I have Visual Studio community 2015 Update1 running on windows 7 64bit

This page only seems to provide links to 2015 update 3

Once I've installed the correct extensions and added to my first DB project using a windows application
how do I show  the results of a query on a user form?
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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
Hi trevor,
For this you need to follow the steps , pls refer this -

Basically 3 steps-

1. Download the provider
2. Connection to sqllite DB
3. Use the connection
trevor1940Author Commented:
The link you provided points to a version of ADO no longer supported this  in turn points to the the download page in my opening remarks

I've attempted to  install sqlite-netFx46-setup-bundle-x64-2015-  from that page but don't have the required data connectors in visual studio

trevor1940Author Commented:
Maybe I've not asked correctly

Which version of System.Data.SQLite do I need
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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
I think you should use the latest version.
trevor1940Author Commented:
I think you should use the latest version.

I did and I'm no further forward
trevor1940Author Commented:
I've fixed this myself

Found this page it says to find the reight version with

This is the only setup package that is capable of installing the design-time components for Visual Studio 2015.

for me its the Setups for 32-bit Windows (.NET Framework 4.6)


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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
glad you got it. Cheers.
for me its the Setups for 32-bit Windows (.NET Framework 4.6)

Visual Studio itself is a 32-bit windows application. you can verify that it installs under 'Program Files (x86)'. nevertheless you could use VS to create 64-bit applications (a similar thing happened 25 years ago when vs went from 16-bit to 32-bit). so all tools and wizards and dll's around VS are 32-bit windows programs as well because 32-bit modules cannot be mixed with 64-bit and vice versa.

trevor1940Author Commented:
Expert solution didn't solve the problem  I did

In this context I'm being generous saying he assisted, read entire question for further details
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