You can create a database from a command prompt with the ulcreate utility. With this utility, you can include utility options to specify different properties for the database.
Open a command prompt.
Run the ulcreate utility, including any necessary parameters.
For example, to create a case-sensitive UTF-8 database called test.udb, such that it overwrites a database if it already exists, run the command with the following syntax:
ulcreate -c "DBF=test.udb" -o "case=respect;utf_encoding=1" -y
Notice that supplying a database file in a connection string is simply an alternative to specifying the database file after the other command prompt options. For example:
ulcreate -o "case=respect;utf_encoding=1" -y test.udb