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Old 07-18-2013, 12:24 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by timss View Post
I'll take a look it. I can display the contents of shelves with sqlite administrator, but my current knowledge of SQL commands is about nil.

BTW I think your post got cut off or something...
Lol... It did... I was typing on my tablet and meant to come back to it.

What I was going to say was this.

For simplicity, create the shelves on the Kobo itself.

Then using any tool capable of editing SQLite tables you want to insert rows into the ShelfContent table. The key bits of info are:
ShelfName: The internal name from the Shelf table
ContentId: The location of the book going onto the shelf.
This can be found from the content table.
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