Thanks for the help. Sorry for being tardy with my reply, but I was traveling for two days and then came home sick and I just recovered this morning.
I don't remember this happening in older versions, but I assumed it was happening because I read somewhere that newer versions of Chrome do not allow apps to access another App' s databases.
These are three new files created by the database app that creates the database:
Their location is : C:\Users\Alan\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\databases\http_127.0.0.1_64238
Every time I run the app to create the database I get a new folder with another database in it despite the code:
sqlList=["CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS " & "MatchDataA(id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY, 'FirstName', 'SecondName', 'Date', 'StatTaker', 'OppName', "_
I tried accessing each one with the app that would actually use the database, and it seems no matter what I do I cannot access it with a different program. I placed this file location in the CACHE MANIFEST in USER FILES. (Is that the proper place?)
(5 being the actual database)
Thank you for the advice above regarding renaming, I will try it today. (I am not sure I actually understand it, but I will work at it!) I thought there was an accepted method to actually include an SQLite DB into a project, so I also plan to look through the AppStudio documentation for how to actually insert a database into an app. I couldn't find it on my first try, but I will look further now that I am feeling better. I also remember reading something that using C: drive as a location will not work in browsers, so I will look into that.