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0011083MediaMonkey 4DB/FileMonitorpublic2014-09-23 13:33
Reporterzvezdan Assigned To 
Status closedResolutionfixed 
Summary0011083: Collation IUNICODE is not recognized in any SQLite DB editor
DescriptionI though that something would change after so many years, but we still have the same problem. So, I am wondering, could you make your collation as a part of the SQLite extension file which could be loaded in programs that support such possibility?

SQLiteSpy has a possibility to load some extension(s) on its start, but when I specified SQLite3MM.dll from MM folder I got this error:
Loading this extension failed
c:\Program Files\MediaMonkey\SQLite3MM.dll
The specified procedure could not be found.

SQLite Expert Personal also has a possibility to load some extension using its File menu item, but when I specify SQLite3MM.dll I get the dialog box to specify some entry point. If I leave that field empty I get the error:
The specified procedure could not be found.

I got the same error when I tried to specify sqlite3_extension_init as the entry point.

SQLite Expert also has an option in the Options dialog to specify which SQLite Library should be used: internal or external. When I copied SQLite3MM.dll from MM folder to the SQLite Expert folder and renamed it to sqlite3.dll, when I started SQLite Expert I got the message:
Could not load SQLite library: sqlite3.dll
and it automatically switched to the internal engine.
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Fixed in build



2014-08-19 01:46

developer   ~0040413

can you please Triage this ASAP as this could be usefull for Third party developers.


2014-08-20 12:47

administrator   ~0040416

Petr, please look into it.


2014-09-02 12:28


SQLite3MMExt.rar (262,858 bytes)


2014-09-02 12:28

developer   ~0040458

Attached is extension for MM collations/functions


2014-09-23 13:33

developer   ~0040532

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