unsigned int db_start_database( SQLCA * sqlca, char * parms );
sqlca A pointer to a SQLCA structure. For information, see The SQL Communication Area (SQLCA).
parms A null-terminated string containing a semicolon-delimited list of parameter settings, each of the form KEYWORD=value. For example:
For a list of connection parameters, see Connection parameters.
The database is started on an existing server, if possible. Otherwise, a new server is started. The steps carried out to start a database are described in Locating a database server.
If the database was already running or was successfully started, the return value is true (non-zero) and SQLCODE is set to 0. Error information is returned in the SQLCA.
If a user ID and password are supplied in the parameters, they are ignored.
The permission required to start and stop a database is set on the server command line. For information, see -gd server option.
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