Does anybody are conscious of something emigrate a Sqlite database to SQL Server(both structure and data)?


sqlite comes with b .get rid of choice to run in the command line. Though I favor to make use of the SQLite Database Browser application for controlling sqlite databases. You are able to export the dwelling and contents to some .sql file that may be read by nearly anything. File > Export > Database to SQL file.

The Sqlite .dump command will output the whole items in the database being an ASCII text file. This file is within standard SQL format, so it may be imported into any SQL database. More particulars in this article: sqlite3

I'm not sure the way the import is completed in SQL Server possibly someone can edit this publish with specific instructions?