The great thing about SQLite is that it is low maintenance. It is a “server-less” database, you just run a query and if there is no database it immediately creates the file for you. This means you can write database dependent code in Iguana for SQLite that will just work – if there is no database it will be created automatically.
Here are some examples, you can paste the code into a channel and use it immediately.
- The first module is a really useful utility module called store which lets one store and retrieve arbitrary name/value pairs at will
- The next example is very simple it creates a SQLite database and generates the database tables from demo.vmd
- This one shows how to process a continuation message indicated by the presence of a DSC segment