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Creating databases (command line)


You can create a database from a command line with the Initialization utility (dbinit). With this utility, you can include command line options to specify different settings for the database.

To create a new database (command line)
  1. Open a command prompt.

  2. Run the dbinit utility. Include any necessary parameters.

    For example, to create a database called company.db with a 4 KB page size, enter:

    dbinit -p 4k company.db
  3. For more information, see Initialization utility (dbinit).