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Old Jul 26, 2011, 09:59 AM   #1
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Location of an Application's Sandbox

Hey people! Well, I'm trying to create a database for my program (using sqlite3). And I just need to confirm that a database file has been created. Since I'm using Xcode 4.1 for Mac OS X Lion, the default location of the application sandbox has been changed. So I was wondering where I can find my application's sandbox. Thanks.
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Old Jul 29, 2011, 09:30 PM   #2
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Hey people! Well, I'm trying to create a database for my program (using sqlite3). And I just need to confirm that a database file has been created. Since I'm using Xcode 4.1 for Mac OS X Lion, the default location of the application sandbox has been changed. So I was wondering where I can find my application's sandbox. Thanks.

Open Xcode, go into Preferences, click on Locations, take a look at the derived data path.



Edit: Jiminaus is correct on the path. I guess I jumped to conclusions before reading your entire post. ooops.
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Old Jul 29, 2011, 11:29 PM   #3
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~/Library/Application Support/iPhone Simulator/<iOS version>/Applications/<guid>

In there you'll find the application's app, Documents, Library and tmp directories.
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~/Library/Application Support/iPhone Simulator/<iOS version>/Applications/<guid>

In there you'll find the application's app, Documents, Library and tmp directories.

Jiminaus is correct. Sorry for jumping to conclusions. I noticed my mistake this morning when I woke up.
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