What are the etilqs files?

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What are the etilqs files?

Post by simplegenius » Mon 10 Jun 2013 11:29

I am using LinqConnect on Windows 8. Over time I get a large number of etilqs files in the folder where my database is. I know they are sqlite files, but what are they for, and will they just accumulate forever? I am concerned that my customers might get thousands of these files over time. Are they related to the settings on my data context?

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Re: What are the etilqs files?

Post by MariiaI » Tue 11 Jun 2013 07:33

These files are not related to LinqConnect or DataContext's configuration. This is the question of the SQLite connection parameters.

Please try changing the "journal_mode", "temp_store" and "temp_store_directory" parameters. They indicate the journal mode for databases associated with the current database connection and where temporary tables and indices are stored.

For example, you could try adding the following entry to your connection string - "Temp Store=Default".
Advanced connection properties are available via Database Explorer, right-click on Database Connection->Edit Connection Properties->Advanced.

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