dotConnect for SQLite is an enhanced ORM enabled data provider for SQLite that builds
on ADO.NET technology to present a complete solution for developing SQLite-based
database applications. It introduces new approaches for designing application architecture,
boosts productivity, and leverages database applications.
dotConnect for SQLite offers both high performance connectivity to the SQLite database
and a number of innovative development tools and technologies. It support a wide
range of SQLite-specific features, such as user-defined functions, CEROD and SEE
encryption extensions, support for enabling SQLite extensions with connection string
dotConnect for SQLite provides a vast number of GUI tools that increase your productivity.
It integrates into Visual Studio Server
Explorer and other tools, and provides advanced visual component editors to
simplify component tweaking. DataSet tools, such as
DataSet Wizard, DataSet Editor,
DataSet Manager, provide
you an easy way to create and edit typed and untyped DataSets.
dotConnect for SQLite offers enhanced ORM support with a bundled visual designer
for ORM models - Entity Developer.
dotConnect for SQLite supports
ADO.NET Entity Framework,
NHibernate, and LinqConnect
(formerly known as LINQ to SQLite) - our own ORM solution, closely compatible to
Microsoft LINQ to SQL, while extending its functionality with its own features.
Can be used in conjunction with
Microsoft Enterprise Library Data Access Application Block.
Implements Role, Session State, Membership, Profile, Site Map, and other ASP 2.0 providers.
Supports SQLite servers from 3.23 and
higher on .NET Framework 2.0 and higher and Mono.
Enables Integration Services
to export and import data to/from SQLite servers.
Allows per-component tracing of database events with a free dbMonitor application.
I have got to say that you guys are the most responsive group when it comes to fixing
bugs. Many of the problems I have posted about have specifically been addressed
in a subsequent release of your dotConnect for SQLite or Entity Developer products.
This one wasn't even a complaint and you fixed it anyway. Thank you! Please keep
up the great customer service, you guys are awesome!
Simon Kingaby, Piedmont Natural Gas
...Really like your product, by the way. I had previously used the EFSQLiteProvider
example provided by MS, and actually got that working in our system, but was it
ever slow!! Installing dotConnect for SQLite was easy, and the speed improvement
Robin Warren, Ibis Biosciences