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SQLite studio -3.2.1: updates installer executable missing #3552

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HerveD5 opened this issue Aug 9, 2019 · 11 comments

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commented Aug 9, 2019

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Up to a couple of months ago, SQLite studio (version 3.2.1 for Windows) was working fine for my simple needs.
Today I wanted to open a database and got the following message in red:

  • could not add database [path and name of .db3]
  • could not add database to list
  • Unable to check for updates (updates installer executable is missing)

Thank you for any suggestion

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Windows 10 Enterprise - 64 bits

SQLiteStudio version

3.2.1 (InstallSQLiteStudio-3.2.1.exe)

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commented Aug 10, 2019

Is that problematic database still on your list? Edit its properties and see the path it points to. Verify whether this file still exists.

As for the updates installer executable - go to installation directory of SQLiteStudio and see if you have "UpdateSQLiteStudio.exe" there.

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commented Aug 12, 2019

What do you mean that SQLiteStudio starts? It's already started if you are able to hit "Add a database".
I assume you are able to add your database using "Add a database" - are you? Or are you not? What happens if you select your db file? At which step do you have problem?

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commented Aug 12, 2019

I see. Is location (in file system) of your SQLiteStudio.exe something you can share here? I wonder what unexpected sequence of characters it has, that it breaks the normal workflow. Also same question about the db3 file.

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No, no. What is mean is for example:

SQLiteStudio.exe is located in C:\Program Files\SQLiteStudio
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data.db3 file is located in C:\some\directry\my files\

as long as you can reveal these paths. Perhaps these paths contain something I did not expect and not handle correctly in the code.

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commented Aug 12, 2019

Hm. Looks fine.
It seems that there might have been some problem during last update process (which would explain these "new" suffixes on files). Could you please uninstall and install it again?

To uninstall, just execute UpdateSQLiteStudio.exe from its directory and there will be option to uninstall it.

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