Stephen Lombardo wrote:
Hi Mohit,
In many cases "unable to open database file" errors in sqlite are symptoms
of a permission problem where the process can't write to the data file or
create temporary files (sqlite does this quite often, see Can you check the permissions on the
database file, it's containing directory, and your systems temp directory?

Thanks Stephen

I'm on Windows, logged in as admin - can't think of anything related to permissions. I just tried looking around anyway to see if anything is created... but nothing that helps so far!

The other issue is that I get these errors randomly on different lines of the rake db:migrate

While typing this message, I decided to see what else may be wrong. I was worried that it may have something to do with the version of sqlite3 that's being used. I updated the path to only access ruby/bin and windows/system32 (sqlite3.dll is there). But, still no go!

rake aborted!
SQLite3::SQLException: unable to open database file: DROP TABLE page_parts

Does this mean that for some reason it is trying to open a file called 'DROP TABLE page_parts'?

8/12/2008 | 1:22 AM.

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