[Solved] SQLite missing provider in Visual Studio ...

SQLite vs Visual Studio 2019: can't use 'entity framework'? What am I missing?

It seems that support for SQLite ended with Visual Studio 2017? Not sure wth is going on...
I've got SQLite up and going, as far as I can tell. I'm using SQLite/SQL Server Compact Toolbox enabling me to create db's and tables and populate my table, and I've got my database 'connected' (I can open and close it without errors) and I've got System.Data.SQLite in my 'References'. However, any attempt to 'select' anything in that Table results in 'no such column'. Playing around with the code I even got a 'no such Table'.
In digging around, I keep coming up with a break down in the tutorials where I can't install the 'entity framework' or 'EF'. If I 'add a new item' to my project and choose "EF Designer from data..." and I'm only presented with my sqlexpress dbo's, not my SQLite db. A New Connection has no options for SQLite.
I can't tell if it (the tutorial procedures) breaks down because I've already got it or because I'm missing something else. It seems as if I'm missing it: as if there's no translation of data commands between VS and the db. All information and links regarding SQLite and using db's seems to stop before VS 2019. Anybody have any current information? My project needs local storage, no servers. I'm about to go back to file storage...
Any help would be appreciated, thank you!

Edit: SOLVED! Thank you, everyone!!! Turned out that I had two issues, a corrupted database and incorrect usage of the SELECT command.
I started at this tutoial (make sure that you give it a 'like', even tho it's a bit outdated and you need to make the following changes), as installing SQLite isn't the same anymore and I don't remember how the heck I 'installed' it! I did download the binaries and run them, but I don't think that counts, lol! So if anyone has any input on that, other noobies could use it. I suspect that it is installed using the NuGet procedure listed below.
I used a Forms project instead of the WPF in the tutorial.
Installing SqLite/SQL Server Compat Toolbox doesn't work the same way, either. Download it from here. Double click and it should install into VS 2019.
So, create your Forms project, go to 'Tools/NuGet Package ManageManage NuGet Packages for Solution"
Click the 'Browse' tab and search for 'system.data.sqlite.core', click it, select your project on the right and install it.
Go back to 'Browse' and search for 'entity' and install 'EntityFramework by Microsoft' . I'm looking at the 6.4.0 version.
Using SQLite/SQL Server Compact Toolbox, create your database, create your Table and populate it. You can follow this video. It's accurate. Again, please give it a 'like'! For this example, I used the fields 'id_field', 'name_field', 'surname_field' and 'age_field'.
If you're a beginner, I recommend using a central location for your database and refer to the file with an absolute path. Some of the troubles I ran into involved forgetting to copy the db to the debug folder and then, somewhere in the copying, it got corrupted which meant that it didn't matter if I remembered or not. Until you've got your system going, "KISS". (KeepItSimpleStupid)
I believe that the 5th video in the series is obsolete and I haven't gotten further, yet. I figured that I needed working db communication first.
Assuming that you've gotten this far and you can see your db with table in the SQLite/SQL Server Compact Toolbox window, and you've got some data in it, go to the Form Design window and add a button and a listbox. For this, name the list box 'DisplayListBox'. Double click the button to create the event handler and add the following code. Assuming that your database has the same fields. Notice that the "DataSource" uses two backslashes and beware spaces(I think) and that it's in a directory of it's own so that I can refer to it in an absolute path and I don't have to worry about corruption by copying it.
In "DataSource=", change the path and filename to match your system. I called my Table 'myTable': change it in the SELECT/FROM line to match yours.
string cs = "Data Source=j:\\Databases\\SQLiteTest1.db;Version=3"; SQLiteConnection con = new SQLiteConnection(cs); DisplayListBox.Items.Clear(); con.Open(); MessageBox.Show("Open"); SQLiteCommand readCommand = new SQLiteCommand("SELECT id_field, name_field, surname_field, age_field FROM myTable", con); SQLiteDataReader reader = readCommand.ExecuteReader(); while (reader.Read()) { DisplayListBox.Items.Add(reader["id_field"].ToString() + " - " + reader["name_field"] + " - " + reader["surname_field"] + " - " + reader["age_field"]); } con.Close(); MessageBox.Show("Closed"); 
In the top, make sure that you add 'using System.Data.SQLite'.
If you've gotten this far without error notes, try running it. You should get a popup that it's open, the listbox should populate with the data you added when you created the db, and then another message that it's closed. Nice and simple.
Now to start throwing things at it! If anyone has any commentary, I'm all 'ears'!
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