A boolean string specifying whether to use ordered table scans or not. For example, true/false, yes/no, 1/0, and so on. The
default value is a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic).
When using dynamic SQL in UltraLite, if order is not important for executing a query, UltraLite accesses the rows directly
from the database pages rather than using the primary key index. This improves performance of fetching rows. To use this optimization,
the query must be read only and must scan all the rows.
When rows are expected in a specific order, an ORDER BY statement should be included as part of the SQL query. However, it's
possible that some applications have come to rely on the behavior that defaults to returning rows in the primary key order.
In this case, users should set the OrderedTableScans parameter to 1 (true, yes, on) to revert to the old behavior when iterating
over a table.
When the OrderedTableScans value is set to 1 (true, yes, on) and the user does not specify an ORDER BY clause or if a query
would not benefit from an index, UltraLite defaults to using the primary key.