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SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Starting and Connecting to Your Database » Connection parameters and network protocol options » Network protocol options

 

DatabaseName protocol option [DBN]

Specifies the name of a database to use when processing web requests, or uses the REQUIRED or AUTO keyword to specify whether database names are required as part of the URI.

Usage

HTTP, HTTPS

Values

AUTO, REQUIRED, database-name

Default

AUTO

Remarks

If this parameter is set to REQUIRED, the URI must specify a database name.

If this parameter is set to AUTO, the URI may specify a database name, but does not need to do so. If the URI contains no database name, the default database on the server is used to process web requests. Since the server must determine whether the URI contains a database name when set to AUTO, you should avoid ambiguity in your web site design.

If this parameter is set to the name of a database, that database is used to process all web requests. The URI must not contain a database name.

Example

The following command starts two databases, but permits only one of them to be accessed via HTTP.

dbsrv11 -xs http(DBN=web) samples-dir\demo.db web.db