SQLite is a file-based, self-contained database type, which makes it ideal in scenarios where portability and ease of configuration is important. Since SQLite databases are natively supported by XMLSpy, you do not need to install any drivers to connect to them.
•On Linux, statement execution timeout for SQLite databases is not supported.
•Full text search tables are not supported.
•SQLite allows values of different data types in each row of a given table. All processed values must be compatible with the declared column type; therefore, unexpected values can be retrieved and run-time errors may occur if your SQLite database has row values which are not the same as the declared column type.
It is recommended to create tables with the STRICT keyword to ensure more predictable behavior of your data. Otherwise, the data may not be read or written correctly when values of different types are mixed in one column. To find out more about STRICT tables, see the SQLite documentation.