How do I open the database?

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How do I open the database?

Post by Pugglewuggle »

Hi,

How do you open the MM.db file and browse its tables? I downloaded several tools, both GUI and the sqlite command line utility and I cannot get the file to open... Is there some trick? On one of the programs the error was "Unknown tokenizer: 'mm'"

Any ideas?

Thanks!
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Re: How do I open the database?

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Re: How do I open the database?

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Bex wrote:You can try my SQL-Viewer script:
http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewto ... =2&t=24841
+1 Highly recommended. It has helped me write many a query and debug many an issue with SQL Lite. Thanks Bex
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Re: How do I open the database?

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Thank you Melloware! :)
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