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Differentiates databases by name when applications connect to more than one database.
On connect, look to see if the database is already running. If DBN is specified, look for a matching database and connect
if found, proceed to auto-start if not.
If DBF is specified, look for a matching database (identical filename) and connect if found, proceed to auto-start if not.
If neither DBN nor DBF is specified, and a single database is running, connect to it.
A database is auto-started when required if DBF is specified. If DBN is also specified, it becomes the name of the running
database, otherwise a name is generated from the base filename.
UltraLite sets the database name after the database has been opened. Client applications can then connect to this database
via its name instead of its file.
Any leading or trailing spaces in parameter values are ignored. This connection parameter's value cannot include leading single
quotes, leading double quotes, or semicolons.
Use the following parameters to connect to the running UltraLite database named Kitchener: