Sqlite, SpatiaLite and GeoPackages are supported in Pro. Mobile Geodatabases (.geodatabase) support is being considered for a later release, but not in the Pro 2.1 currently under development.
I think mobile geodatabases (.geodatabase) are great, SQLite meets geodatabase. Does Esri have plans to support native access within the desktop clients instead of having to convert back and forth between file geodatabases?
Confirmed. I have successfully created both a Spatialite and GeoPackage database. However, I cannot edit the data...getting a 'not registered in the Database' error. I try to register the data and that also errors out. Is it possible to edit SQLite databases in Pro, and if so how does one do this?
Great. It would be helpful to have that clarified either here - Supported data types and items—ArcGIS Pro | ArcGIS Desktop or here - Work with SQLite databases in ArcGIS Pro—Help | ArcGIS Desktop, would have saved me asking in this forum.
I don't think there's going to be any rush for sqlite support anytime soon. Many organizations are blocking it from the network, too many security holes.
Let's not advertise then that GeoPackage is built on top of SQLite.
In defense of SQLite, it isn't any more prone to issues than most software, and the group behind SQLite does address vulnerabilities fairly quickly. If having CVE entries was sufficient to block software from the network, I am not sure how many applications would remain on the network.