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AnswerRe: Not able to connect to SQLite database if share is hidden Pin
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If the user running the code doesn't have read and write permissions to share and to the folder the database is in, it's not going to open.

There is no such thing as a "hidden"(*) share. You either have permissions to use it or you don't.


* There are admin shares, where the name ends in a $, but you need admin permissions to see them. Normal users will never know they exist.

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