ODBC Driver for Sqlite
ODBC is an open database connectivity standard that allows a database to communicate with other applications. SQLite is an embedded relational database engine that’s widely used by many web applications such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Magento, PrestaShop, and so on. ODBC Driver for SQLite is an ODBC-compliant application that will allow you to connect to a SQLite database. It’s also available for Linux, Mac, and other UNIX platforms.
Introduction to SQLite
SQLite is a fast, free, cross-platform, and embedded database engine. Mature products are more stable, having been in active development since 1997. It’s a popular open-source database alternative to MySQL and PostgreSQL.
What is an ODBC driver?
A database driver is an ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) driver that allows your application to access databases from other applications. You can use them to copy data from one program to another. For example, you might have an Excel spreadsheet that contains data from a MySQL database. We recommend that you have access to both Excel and Word so that you can get the information into the spreadsheet.
ODBC driver for SQLite by Devart
Devart SQLite Driver for ODBC v3.0 is an enterprise-level solution for SQLite databases, providing a set of performance and reliability features, compatibility with popular ODBC drivers, and support for various database engines.
SQLiteStudio for Mac is the ODBC driver included with the SQLiteStudio for Mac app. This makes it easy and secure to connect to live SQLite data from anywhere.
The Benefits of ODBC
SQLite Database Encryption
SQLite database engines are useful for storing large amounts of information for long periods of time, which makes it an ideal database for applications that require a simple database backend. SQLite 3.x is built into your Mac OS X system by default. The driver will encrypt your data using the following algorithms: AES, Blowfish, TripleDES, Cast128, RC4.
This ODBC driver works with all Microsoft SQL Servers Databases, and it’s configured automatically. Silent installs are usually cheaper than the old fashioned method of deploying software.
The driver provides support for the ODBC interface, the functions it supports, and the data types it handles. This bundle enables any ODBC-compliant desktop or web application to connect to SQLite from Windows, MacOS, Linux, and other UNIX-like operating systems.
Advanced Data Conversion
We have technology capable of mapping between SQLite and ODBC data, in case you wish to receive a more specific data structure.
If you ever need to update your SQLite database, our driver enables you to batch update them. However, you’ll need to do subgroup synchronizations manually until everything is reflected in the database.
The driver is compatible with older versions of SQLite version 3.0 or higher.