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emanuele:
Should be...

Maybe you should consider to install something like SQLiteManager (just found it, don't know how it works), in order to be able to see the tables in your SQLite database and manage them. ;)
With that tool you should also be able to verify that the two tables are present and contains the proper columns.

niires1204:
well my question is.. whr is the sqlite db located in the root folder of the smf flrum.

niires1204:
lol.. i got alot of problem now... i uploaded the sqlite (which you gave me) to my root folder. but when i enter the sqlite.. i ask me to create or add a new database. .. any basic steps how to use it??

emanuele:
Well...because you decided so? :P

The very first screen of SMF installation procedure asks you where you want to store the SQLite database file and the pre-defined choice is the root of the forum. If you want it somewhere else I assume you can change the path.
If you want to move the file to another location after the installation I think (never tried myself) you just have to move the file and change the path in Settings.php. The variable to change is $db_name.

emanuele:

--- Quote from: niires1204 on September 08, 2011, 03:53:51 PM ---lol.. i got alot of problem now... i uploaded the sqlite (which you gave me) to my root folder. but when i enter the sqlite.. i ask me to create or add a new database. .. any basic steps how to use it??

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I'll play a bit with it. Give me few minutes. ;)

First of all I hope you uploaded it in a folder without overwriting SMF's index.php...

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