I do not use any (so this may explain why I do not understand).
But with the provided examples in the LR, I do it manually.
Unfortunately, the API2 examples are less useful than the previous one (imho, bugt I can be wrong).
The important thing was for to be able to read what I wrote in the db file (and here with a dedicated / All purpose tool). Fortunately API1 LR provided the basic code examples to do one that fit my needs (report the TABLE schemas, the TABLEs contents, export data base structure as text, export visual db schema.
People already shared examples of what they’ve done… (very nice and pro images).
Exactly. I don’t want to learn the specifics of creating or modifying tables - don’t forget that each database engine has it’s own specificities. Creating the database is one small part of a project and I want to spend the least time doing that.
Having a way to look at the contents of the database is very useful to debug your code. On top of that I may modify existing records to create errors and see how the code process these errors.