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    Default Reading a db-file from a Activerouting Topomap

    Is there a way (program) to read the contents Iin textformat or row/colums) off the db-file in the SQL-map which is together with a Topomap with Activerouting.
    I installed SQLite and used the .read command. But no succes.
    Someone has the solution ?

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    • SQLite folder - It stores .db files : Traffic trends, ecoRoute,myTrends and some user's strings. To read these files you can use a SQLite client .


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    • SQL folder - it contains SQL/DB-file "Trail Database" for outdoor devices activities.
      It displays special routes or information depending on the activity chosen by the user, differentiating between pedestrian activity cycling activity, hiking etc : Active Routing feature in new Garmin Topo maps PRO.
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    SQLite Database Browser did the job for me (reading the SQL/DB-file Trail Database). And not the SQLite3 program.
    So I like the answere Catymag !

 

 

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