Stephen Lombardo wrote:
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
http://www.sqlite.org/tempfiles.html). Can you check the permissions on the
database file, it's containing directory, and your systems temp directory?
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!
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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