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QuestionSQLite and Firefox Browser 68.0.2 (note: current FFB is now 72.0.2) and what I stand to lose if I update. Pin
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Cutting to a chase, both SQLite (always) and MS SQL Server (for development, certainly) are free so assuming that you've got your experience writing SQL in LiteDB and all your code ... it should be rather easy to convert to either one of these, and without much ado, find out for yourself whether by using them they solve the problems you have.

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