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DBD::SQLite is a lightweight integrated SQL library that keeps its database in a single flat file. It does not use a separate SQL server: all the SQL functions are embedded in the SQLite library. DBD::SQLite is available from CPAN. For more information, see Section 2.1.2. CPAN.
In DBSource, driver name is “SQLite”, and a required option is dbname, which specifies the path name of the single file where the database is to be stored. It can be an absolute file path or a relative path. DBUsername and DBAuth are not required and are ignored.
To create a new database, see goodies/postgres-sqliteCreate.sql for more information.
Configure your SQL clause like this. DBUsername and DBAuth are not required:
DBSource    dbi:SQLite:dbname=/path/to/your/dbfile