Andreas Piening (Nickname: apiening)
SilverStripe 2.4 or newer
download, unzip and copy the sqlite3 folder to your project root so that it becomes a sibling of cms, sapphire and co.
either use the installer to automatically install SQLite or add this to your _config.php (right after "require_once("conf/ConfigureFromEnv.php");" if you are using _ss_environment.php)
$databaseConfig['type'] = 'SQLiteDatabase';
you are done!
make sure the webserver has sufficient privileges to write to that folder and that it is protected from external access.
<?php global $project; $project = 'mysite'; global $database; $database = 'SS_mysite'; require_once("conf/ConfigureFromEnv.php"); global $databaseConfig; $databaseConfig = array( "type" => 'SQLiteDatabase', "server" => 'none', "username" => 'none', "password" => 'none', "database" => $database, "path" => "/path/to/my/database/file", ); SSViewer::set_theme('blackcandy'); SiteTree::enable_nested_urls();
Again: make sure that the webserver has permission to read and write to the above path (/path/to/my/database/, 'file' would be the name of the sqlite db file)
If you're trying to change a field constrain to NOT NULL on a field that contains NULLs dev/build fails because it might corrupt existing records. In order to perform the action anyway add the URL parameter 'avoidConflict' when running dev/build which temporarily adds a conflict clause to the field spec. E.g.: http://www.my-project.com/?avoidConflict=1
- SQLite3 is supposed to work with all may not work with certain modules as they are using custom SQL statements passed to the DB class directly ;(
- there is no real fulltext search yet and the build-in search engine is not ordering by relevance, check out fts3