How do I export SQL database to SQLite?
ErikEJ commented on Apr 4, 2017 • edited
- Connect to your SQL Server database in Object Explorer.
- Open the SQLite Toolbox (View menu) or Refresh.
- The database should now appear in the Toolbox.
- Right click and select “Migrate to SQLite”
How do I import SQLite file into SQL Server?
- In “Choose a Data Source” dialog, Choose “SQLite”; Press “…” button to select the SQLite database file.
- In “Choose a Destination” dialog, choose “Microsoft SQL Server”;
- In “Select source Tables(s) & View(s)” dialog;
- In “Execution” Dialog;
How do I import a CSV file into a SQLite database?
Get SQLite from the website. At a command prompt run sqlite3 *It will be created as an empty file. Make a new table in your new database. The table must match your CSV fields for import. You do this by the SQL command: CREATE TABLE ( , );
How can I convert SQLite data to TSQL?
You could export the SQLite data as SQL using this SQLite browser then edit that SQL into TSQL manually. Graham Okely is a contract SQL Server DBA and has been working with database systems since 1984 and has been specializing in SQL Server since 2007. More SQL Server DBA Tips…
How to Access SQLite database on Windows?
The first thing to access SQLite database on Windows is to install ODBC driver. I installed this one: http://www.ch-werner.de/sqliteodbc/ An obvious way to import data into SQL Server is to use SQL Server Import and Expoert Data wizard which uses SQL Server Integration Services internally.
How do I import data into SQL Server?
An obvious way to import data into SQL Server is to use SQL Server Import and Expoert Data wizard which uses SQL Server Integration Services internally. Unfortunately, when I tried to use it to import 15 gigabytes of data, it consumed all available RAM and froze the machine.