The way you start the database server varies slightly depending on the operating system you use. As well, you can specify commands in several ways, depending on your operating system:
Run the command at a command prompt.
Place the command in a shortcut or desktop icon.
Run the command in a batch file.
Include the command as a StartLine (START) connection parameter in a connection string.
There are slight variations in how you specify the basic command from platform to platform.
Except where otherwise noted, these commands start the network server (dbsrv16). To start a personal server, replace dbsrv16 with dbeng16.
If the database file is in the starting directory for the command, you do not need to specify path.
If you do not specify a file extension in database-file, the extension .db is assumed.
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