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# phpLiteAdmin Website: https://www.phpliteadmin.org/ Bitbucket: https://bitbucket.org/phpliteadmin/public/ ## What is phpLiteAdmin? phpLiteAdmin is a web-based SQLite database admin tool written in PHP with support for SQLite3 and SQLite2. Following in the spirit of the flat-file system used by SQLite, phpLiteAdmin consists of a single source file, phpliteadmin.php, that is dropped into a directory on a server and then visited in a browser. There is no installation required. The available operations, feature set, interface, and user experience is comparable to that of phpMyAdmin. ## News **14.12.2016: Just released phpLiteAdmin 1.9.7.1 as 1.9.7 was built incorrectly [Download now](https://www.phpliteadmin.org/download/)** **13.12.2016: Just released phpLiteAdmin 1.9.7! [Download now](https://www.phpliteadmin.org/download/)** **05.07.2015: Just released phpLiteAdmin 1.9.6! [Download now](https://www.phpliteadmin.org/download/)** ## Features - Lightweight - consists of a single 200KB source file for portability - Supports SQLite3 and SQLite2 databases - Translated and available in over 10 languages - and counting - Specify and manage an unlimited number of databases - Specify a directory and optionally its subdirectories to scan for databases - Create and delete databases - Add, delete, rename, empty, and drop tables - Browse, add, edit, and delete records - Add, delete, and edit table columns - Manage table indexes - Manage table triggers - Import and export tables, structure, indexes, and data (SQL, CSV) - View data as bar, pie, and line charts - Graphical search tool to find records based on specified field values - Create and run your own custom SQL queries in the free-form query editor/builder - Easily apply core SQLite functions to column values using the GUI - Write your own PHP functions to be available to apply to column values - Design your own theme using CSS or install a pre-made theme from the community - All presented in an intuitive, easy-to-use GUI that allows non-technical, SQL-illiterate users to fully manage databases - Allows multiple installations on the same server, each with a different password - Secure password-protected interface with login screen and cookies ## Demo A live demo of phpLiteAdmin can be found here: https://demo.phpliteadmin.org/ ## Requirements - a server with PHP >= 5.2.4 installed - at least one PHP SQLite library extension installed and enabled: PDO, SQLite3, or SQLiteDatabase PHP version 5.3.0 and greater usually comes with the SQLite3 extension installed and enabled by default so no custom action is necessary. ## Download The files in the source repositories are meant for development, not for use in production. You can find the latest downloads here: https://www.phpliteadmin.org/download/ ## Installation See https://bitbucket.org/phpliteadmin/public/wiki/Installation ## Configuration **NEW** as of 1.9.4: You can now configure phpLiteAdmin in an external file. If you want to do this: - rename `phpliteadmin.config.sample.php` into `phpliteadmin.config.php` - do not change the settings in `phpliteadmin.php` but in `phpliteadmin.config.php` See https://bitbucket.org/phpliteadmin/public/wiki/Configuration for details. 1. Open `phpliteadmin.config.php` (or `phpliteadmin.php` before 1.9.4) in a text editor. 2. If you want to have a directory scanned for your databases instead of listing them manually, specify the directory as the value of the `$directory` variable and skip to step 4. 3. If you want to specify your databases manually, set the value of the `$directory` variable as false and modify the `$databases` array to hold the databases you would like to manage. - The path field is the file path of the database relative to where `phpliteadmin.php` will be located on the server. For example, if `phpliteadmin.php` is located at "databases/manager/phpliteadmin.php" and you want to manage "databases/yourdatabase.sqlite", the path value would be "../yourdatabase.sqlite". - The name field is the human-friendly way of referencing the database within the application. It can be anything you want. 4. Modify the `$password` variable to be the password used for gaining access to the phpLiteAdmin tool. 5. If you want to have multiple installations of phpLiteAdmin on the same server, change the `$cookie_name` variable to be unique for each installation (optional). 6. Save and upload `phpliteadmin.php` to your web server. 7. Open a web browser and navigate to the uploaded `phpliteadmin.php` file. You will be prompted to enter a password. Use the same password you set in step 4. ## Code Repository and pull requests The code repository is available both on bitbucket and github: Github: https://github.com/phpLiteAdmin/pla Bitbucket: https://bitbucket.org/phpliteadmin/public/src You are welcome to fork the project and send us pull requests on any of these platforms. ## Installing a theme 1. Download the themes package from the [project Downloads page](https://www.phpliteadmin.org/download/). 2. Unzip the file and choose your desired theme. 3. Upload `phpliteadmin.css` from the theme's directory alongside `phpliteadmin.php`. 4. Your theme will automatically override the default. ## Getting help The project's wiki provides information on how to do certain things and is located at https://bitbucket.org/phpliteadmin/public/wiki/Home . In addition, the project's discussion group is located at https://groups.google.com/group/phpliteadmin . ## Reporting errors and bugs If you find any issues while using the tool, please report them at https://bitbucket.org/phpliteadmin/public/issues?status=new&status=open . ## License This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the **GNU General Public License** as published by the Free Software Foundation, either **version 3** of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <[https://www.gnu.org/licenses/](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/)>.