Returns the value of the specified database property.
Public Function GetDatabaseProperty(ByVal name As String) As String
public string GetDatabaseProperty(string name)
name The name of the database property whose value you want to obtain. Property names are case insensitive.
The value of the property as a string.
ULException class A SQL error occurred.
Recognized properties are:
|CaseSensitive||The status of the case sensitivity feature. Returns ON if the database is case sensitive. Otherwise, it returns OFF. Database case sensitivity affects how indexes on tables and result sets are sorted. Case sensitivity does not affect how a connection's ULConnectionParms.UserID and ULConnectionParms.Password are verified. User IDs are always case insensitive and passwords are always case sensitive.|
|CharSet||The character set of the database.|
|ChecksumLevel||The level of database page checksums enabled for the database.|
|Collation||The name of the database's collation sequence.|
|ConnCount||The number of connections to the database.|
|date_format||The date format used for string conversions by the database. This format is not necessarily the same as the one used by System.DateTime.|
|date_order||The date order used for string conversions by the database.|
|Encryption||The type of encryption applied to the database. Returns None, Simple, AES, or AES_FIPS.|
|File||The file name of the database.|
|global_database_id||The value of the global_database_id option used for global autoincrement columns.|
|isolation_level||The value of the isolation_level option used for controlling the degree to which the operations in one transaction are visible to the operations in other concurrent transactions. This value is set on a per connection basis.|
|MaxHashSize||The default maximum number of bytes to use for index hashing. This property can be set on a per-index basis.|
|ml_remote_id||The value of the ml_remote_id option used for identifying the database during synchronization.|
|Name||The name of the database (DBN).|
|nearest_century||The nearest century used for string conversions by the database.|
|PageSize||The page size of the database, in bytes.|
|precision||The floating-point precision used for string conversions by the database.|
|scale||The minimum number of digits after the decimal point when an arithmetic result is truncated to the maximum PRECISION during string conversions by the database.|
|time_format||The time format used for string conversions by the database. This format is not necessarily the same as the one used by System.TimeSpan.|
|timestamp_format||The timestamp format used for string conversions by the database. This format is not necessarily the same as the one used by System.DateTime.|
|timestamp_increment||The minimum difference between two unique timestamps, in microseconds (1,000,000th of a second).|
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