Is PDO_SQLITE extension activated on your servers?

PDO is installed across all PHP versions.

PDO_SQLITE is part of the PDO package.

In Addition, SQLite3 is also installed.

To confirm this, create a phpinfo() file in your site and view the results.

1. Create a file in your site called phpinfo.php
2. In the file add the code below

<?php
phpinfo()
?>

3. Upload file to your site like http://yoursite.com/phpinfo.php
4. Browse to http://yoursite.com/phpinfo.php and view the PHP information
5. For security, DELETE the phpinfo.php when you are finished.

Search for PDO_SQLITE and you will see both SQLite3 and PDO_SQLITE in the mix for all php versions.





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