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Hi. I was just wondering if there is a way to add my own custom fields to the data stored within the Aurora database? If this is possible, is there a way to either display or filter based on these custom fields? I don't mind rolling my sleeves up and getting into the SQLite side of things (as I have already done this to merge my neat titles from an XLS with the titles downloaded from the internet) and I can see that columns could be added here... ...but if I did this, will they even be usable in Aurora (I've not really looked into Aurora's scripting side of things yet). ~ Chris.
This little app is intended for all those who use a SOURCE F3 install which they copy to other Xbox360's and for those swapping HDD's content from one HDD to another. Apparently each HDD/USB has it's own DeviceId. Under content.db you'll find all MountedDevicesIDs. The ScanPaths table (settings.db) uses these IDs. The ContentItems table (content.db) uses just the ScanPathsID. By copying the databases from the SOURCE F3 install you'll lose your ScanPaths as the DeviceIDs don't match. This is where this app comes into play. How-To Behind the scenes - SQLs Credits Source files Additional Info SetPaths.zip