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UltraLite Statement property sheet: General tab


This property sheet is only available if you are connected to a version 9.0.2 or earlier database.

The General tab of the UltraLite Statement property sheet has the following components:

Name    Shows the name of the UltraLite statement.

Type    Shows the type of object.

Project    Shows the name of the UltraLite project this UltraLite statement belongs to.

Code segment    You only need to provide a segment name if you are developing a multi-segment application for the Palm Computing Platform and you want to override the UltraLite default assignment.

When building applications for the Palm Computing Platform, you must supply a code segment name to indicate where the UltraLite statement is stored. You can select a segment name from the dropdown list or supply a new segment name. If you leave the field blank, the UltraLite statement is saved in the default segment, ULSEGDEF.

The code segment name is a string and must be 8 characters or less in length, must start with a letter, and cannot contain spaces. You can use alphanumeric characters and underscores in the code segment name.

For more information about code segments, see Creating and Configuring UltraLite Databases.