I had this problem too... make sure your web user has permissions not only
on the sqlite file, but on the directory it resides in as well.
Jeff
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2009/1/8 Chris Clark <chris.cl...@ingres.com>

>
> Phil wrote:
> > .....Sqlite3 is complaining that it cannot open the database file.
> > (sqlite3.OperationalError: unable to open database file)
> >
> > Has anyone else had this problem? My understanding is that Python 2.5
> > includes sqlite & thus I wouldn't have to install it again -- is this
> > incorrect? Have I missed installing something?....
> >
>
> If you are getting the sqlite error, this proves (py) sqlite is
> installed :-)
>
> You _probably_ have a file/path permission problem as sqlite databases
> are files. I suspect when you ran manage you did it as a different user
> than the one who runs the web server.
>
> Chris
>
>
> >
>

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