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PLCnext Technology controllers come with the SQLite database engine already installed. This database can be used by applications that require a "small, fast, self-contained, high-reliability, full-featured, SQL database engine" on the PLC.

This guide shows how to link a PLCnext Control C++ project to SQLite, and gives a simple example of how to call a SQLite function from a C++ component.

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