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Comment:Remove some sqlite API related text that was accidentally copied from c3ref.in into session.in.
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User & Date: dan 2011-03-21 07:25:24
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2011-03-23
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Add a line about the SQLITE_MAX_ATTACHED increase to the change log. check-in: 15a9eb4640 user: drh tags: trunk
2011-03-21
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Remove some sqlite API related text that was accidentally copied from c3ref.in into session.in. check-in: 2027dee073 user: dan tags: trunk
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Automatically create the "session" subdirectory if it does not previously exist. check-in: ddc0a3baa3 user: drh tags: trunk
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hd_keywords *session {Session Module C-language Interface}
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<p>These pages define the C-language interface to SQLite.</p>

<p>This is not a tutorial.  These
pages are designed to be precise, not easy to read.
For a tutorial introduction see
[quickstart | SQLite In 3 Minutes Or Less] and/or
the [cintro | Introduction To The SQLite C/C++ Interface].
</p>



<p>This version of the C-language interface reference is
broken down into small pages for easy viewing.  The
same content is also available as a
<a href="../session.html">single large HTML file</a>
for those who prefer that format.</p>

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<p>The content on these pages is extracted from comments
in the source code.</p>

<p>The interface is broken down into three categories:</p>

<ol>
<li><p><a href="objlist.html"><b>List Of Objects.</b></a>
    This is a list of all abstract objects and datatypes used by the
    SQLite library.  There are couple dozen objects in total, but
    the three most important objects are:
    A database connection object [sqlite3], 
    prepared statement object [sqlite3_stmt], and the 64-bit integer
    type [sqlite3_int64].</p></li>


<li><p><a href="constlist.html"><b>List Of Constants.</b></a>
    This is a list of numeric constants used by SQLite and represented by
    #defines in the sqlite3session.h header file.  These constants
    are things such as numeric return parameters from
    various interfaces (ex: [SQLITE_OK] or flags passed
    into functions to control behavior
    (ex: [SQLITE_OPEN_READONLY]).</p></li>




<li><p><a href="funclist.html"><b>List Of Functions.</b></a>
    This is a list of all functions and methods operating on the 
    <a href="objlist.html">objects</a> and using and/or
    returning <a href="constlist.html">constants</a>.  There
    are many functions, but most applications only use a handful.
    </p></li>

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hd_open_aux session/intro.html
hd_header Introduction
hd_enable_main 0
hd_keywords *session {Session Module C-language Interface}
</tcl>

<p>These pages define the C-language interface for the SQLite session


module. This is not a tutorial. These pages are designed to be precise, not




easy to read. Unfortunately, there is currently no tutorial introduction to
the session module.

<p>This version of the C-language interface reference is
broken down into small pages for easy viewing.  The
same content is also available as a
<a href="../session.html">single large HTML file</a>
for those who prefer that format.</p>

................................................................................
<p>The content on these pages is extracted from comments
in the source code.</p>

<p>The interface is broken down into three categories:</p>

<ol>
<li><p><a href="objlist.html"><b>List Of Objects.</b></a>
    This is a list of the two abstract objects used by the SQLite session
    module.




    

<li><p><a href="constlist.html"><b>List Of Constants.</b></a>
    This is a list of numeric constants used by the SQLite session module
    and represented by #defines in the sqlite3session.h header file. There




    are constants passed to conflict handler callbacks to indicate the type
    of conflict, and constants returned by the conflict handler to indicate
    how the conflict should be resolved.

<li><p><a href="funclist.html"><b>List Of Functions.</b></a>
    This is a list of all SQLite session module functions. 





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