foo_customdb: Custom Database Reply #75 – 2010-09-26 01:34:44 Thank for the pointer to NTFS symbolic links - I didn't realize that Windows could do that! Unfortunately, even though I created the symlink to custominfo_sqlite.db, I still get the error messages from foo_playback_custom.Thanks again for your help.Quote from: Hitchhiker427 on 2010-09-23 19:15:10Quote from: foofrank on 2010-09-22 18:55:28I didn't say that the customdb component did not work. I guess that I wasn't unclear. The foo_playback_custom component uses the db from foo_customINFO, which is customINFO_sqlite.db. What I was wondering is if foo_customDB can use or create a DB with a different name (in this case, customINFO_sqlite.db). The alternative is to get foo_playback_custom component to use customDB_sqlite.db.Out of curiosity, if you rename customdb_sqlite.db to custominfo_sqlite.db, does the foo_playback_custom component play nice with this new file? If you can verify that foo_playback_custom is in fact compatible with the database generated by foo_customdb, then you can accomplish your goals by creating an NTFS symbolic link. Essentially, you create a custominfo_sqlite.db symlink that points to customdb_sqlite.db.