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new sqlite manager can't open old database

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As known firefox has changed sqlite manager recently. And after installing it on my pc, when I try to synchonize it with my previous database it is not coming at all. I used the database for netbeans project. And now I can't use my database that the whole project isn't running. Firefox has disabled the previous sqlite manager. What am I gonna do?

As known firefox has changed sqlite manager recently. And after installing it on my pc, when I try to synchonize it with my previous database it is not coming at all. I used the database for netbeans project. And now I can't use my database that the whole project isn't running. Firefox has disabled the previous sqlite manager. What am I gonna do?

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WestEnd 60 Lösungen 5387 Antworten
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Firefox is a Browser and if the addon isn't updated to work with the new security of firefox there is nothing firefox End user forum can do much about that. You should contact the addon developer and ask them about the issue and to update their software.

Firefox is a Browser and if the addon isn't updated to work with the new security of firefox there is nothing firefox End user forum can do much about that. You should contact the addon developer and ask them about the issue and to update their software.
jscher2000
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Hi tinsae13, I think you are referring to a couple different add-ons. There was a legacy extension named SQLite Manager that ran in Firefox 56 and earlier. That was a completely different extension from the current SQLite Manager (https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/ad.../sqlite-manager-webext/). You can contact an add-on's author to obtain support, provide feedback or suggest changes.

Do you just need to view and query a static SQLite database? Those operations can be performed using a webapp such as the following:

These pages use a file-based interface, not a database engine interface. If you connect the app to a live database that is in use by another program, the connection will not recognize updates and may not be stable.

Hi tinsae13, I think you are referring to a couple different add-ons. There was a legacy extension named SQLite Manager that ran in Firefox 56 and earlier. That was a completely different extension from the current SQLite Manager ([https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/sqlite-manager-webext/]). You can contact an add-on's author to obtain support, provide feedback or suggest changes. Do you just need to view and query a static SQLite database? Those operations can be performed using a webapp such as the following: * https://inloop.github.io/sqlite-viewer/ * https://sqliteonline.com/ These pages use a file-based interface, not a database engine interface. If you connect the app to a live database that is in use by another program, the connection will not recognize updates and may not be stable.
cor-el
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See these pages about starting SQLite Manager as a standalone XULrunner application with Firefox 52 ESR:

See these pages about starting SQLite Manager as a standalone XULrunner application with Firefox 52 ESR: *https://github.com/lazierthanthou/sqlite-manager/issues/31 *https://github.com/lazierthanthou/sqlite-manager/releases