Using SQLite with PowerShell and SQL Server.

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 03 Nov 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

When you combine PowerShell and SQLite, you can perform powerful magic. Phil Factor is in awe of SQLite and gives a brief demonstration of how easy it is to use. Just to encourage anyone who is unfamiliar with the database, he includes a giant-sized version of the old PUBS database that the first generation of RDBMS developers cut their teeth on. …The post Using SQLite with PowerShell and SQL Server. appeared first on Simple Talk....

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