filling a db on CD, what happens?

Eric Chatonet eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com
Wed Feb 6 05:18:35 CST 2008


Hi Tiemo,

A CD is read-only so you can't modify any file on it.
But you can copy a file to the user HD in the temporary folder, use  
and modify it and delete it when finished.

Le 6 févr. 08 à 12:01, Tiemo Hollmann TB a écrit :

> Hello,
>
> perhaps a dumb question, I havn't worked with DBs yet. Following  
> scenario:
>
> -          running a rev app with a sqlite db from CD
>
> -          delivering the CD with an empty db, all datas kept  
> "hidden" in a
> stack
>
> -          filling the db with the stack datas when launching the app
>
> -          working with the db, as if the datas would be always there
>
> What happens with the db on CD, when filling, it can't expand, or  
> could I
> define the target size of the db, when creating the db and burning  
> on CD, so
> that it has not to be expanded?
>
> My thought was to "hide" the db datas from the user  - at least so  
> far, as
> my app isn't open.
>
>
>
> Would this szenario work?
>
> Thanks for sharing
>
> Tiemo



Best regards from Paris,
Eric Chatonet.
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