Sorry to hear that Lightroom CC is not loading your images as you've mentioned in the discussion Re: SQLite Database Corrupt
The latest version of Lightroom CC is 1.2, please check that you have the updated version installed. Also, have you tried reinstalling the app from the Creative Cloud desktop app?
I have tried reinstalling the app and I can confirm that I am running Lightroom CC 1.2.
Thanks for the update William, does Lightroom shows you the synced collections under the "All photos" menu?
Also, do you see the missing images or collection in Lightroom web: Photo Editor | Online Photoshop Lightroom
The desktop Lightroom CC application does not show any collections on the left hand side (as seen in the screenshot in the original post). The library and collection structure appears correct/intact in the Lightroom web application; however, many images had not finished syncing to the cloud when the local files were corrupted and do not show up in the web app.
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- Quit Lightroom CC
- Navigate to the catalog folder
- In Mac Finder, go to Pictures. Right click on Lightroom library.lrlibrary and choose “Show Package Contents”
- In Windows Explorer, go to c:\users\<username>\AppData\Local\Adobe\Lightroom CC\Data
- You’ll see a folder with a long string of characters for the name. Open that.
- Select any file that starts with “Managed Catalog” and delete or move the files to the desktop location in one single folder. Note: if you see an error trying to remove any of these files, reboot the computer then try the delete again. If any of these files are left behind, corruption is almost certain to reoccur.
- Start Lightroom CC. It will sync down your images from the cloud.
(Credits to Mohit Goyal)
Regarding missing images, the same are due to the incomplete synchronization.
Regarding difference in the count of image from Cloud and the application is due to the paused synchronization on your desktop application.
Let us know if the above steps help you fix this issue.