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Comment:Fix an unresolved hyperlink in the pragma.html documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2008-06-11 13:22:24
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2008-06-11
20:53
Work on documentation of the changes in 3.6.0. Still a lot more work to do. check-in: b96e5d72ea user: drh tags: trunk
13:22
Fix an unresolved hyperlink in the pragma.html documentation. check-in: 571ec9cab5 user: drh tags: trunk
2008-06-10
12:59
Updates to the cintro.html page. check-in: 1e0484c51a user: drh tags: trunk
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  in bytes for the specified database. A negative number implies no limit.
  Both the first and second forms of the pragma listed above return a single
  result row containing a single integer column - the value of the journal
  size limit in bytes. The default limit value is -1 (no limit), which
  may be overridden by defining the preprocessor macro
  SQLITE_DEFAULT_JOURNAL_SIZE_LIMIT at compile time.

  <p>If no [database] is specified, the pragma operates on the main database.

  There is no way to operate on all attached databases using a single
  PRAGMA statement, nor is there a way to set the limit to use for databases
  that will be attached in the future.
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<tcl>Subsection legacy_file_format</tcl>







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  in bytes for the specified database. A negative number implies no limit.
  Both the first and second forms of the pragma listed above return a single
  result row containing a single integer column - the value of the journal
  size limit in bytes. The default limit value is -1 (no limit), which
  may be overridden by defining the preprocessor macro
  SQLITE_DEFAULT_JOURNAL_SIZE_LIMIT at compile time.

  <p>If no &lt;database&gt; is specified, the pragma operates on 
  the main database.
  There is no way to operate on all attached databases using a single
  PRAGMA statement, nor is there a way to set the limit to use for databases
  that will be attached in the future.
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<tcl>Subsection legacy_file_format</tcl>