This item was deprecated in version 2019r2. Please use SQLiteDatabase.CreateDatabase as a replacement.
Creates a new SQLiteDatabase. It uses the DatabaseFile property as the FolderItem for the database to create.
If the database already exists, this function works like Database.Connect. If CreateDatabaseFile does not succeed, an IOException is raised. The old style where this method returned True or False is deprecated as of 2019r2. You should now catch the exception instead.
This example creates a database file and catches the exception if the operation fails:
Var f As FolderItem f = GetFolderItem("MyDatabase") Var db As New SQLiteDatabase db.DatabaseFile = f Try db.CreateDatabaseFile Catch error As IOException MsgBox("The database file could not be created: " + error.Message) End Try
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