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At least one person has reported problems using the pre-built sqlite3.dll on Windows 2003 Server (SP1 I think). It seems like the problem is most likely related to GCC, although this has not been proven.

One workaround is to build the DLL yourself using Visual C++.

Attached is a Visual Studio .NET 2003 Solution. It includes two projects, one to build SQLite3.dll, and one to build SQLiteConsole.exe.

You'll also need to download the preprocessed SQLite source code sqlite-source-3_x_x.zip from http://www.sqlite.org/download.html, and extract it into the SQLite directory.

I'll try to keep this Solution up-to-date so it's compatible with the latest source code.

Tim McDaniel (tim dot mcdaniel at finisar dot com)