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Comment:Improvements to shared cache hyperlinking and fixes to the URI parameter documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2012-05-28 17:52:25
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2012-05-29
01:06
Add a brief note to the R-Tree documentation to encourage applications to round contained-within query boxes outward slightly to account for round-off error in 64-to-32-bit floating point conversions. check-in: 1f473ab6ac user: drh tags: trunk
2012-05-28
17:52
Improvements to shared cache hyperlinking and fixes to the URI parameter documentation. check-in: 918202f13d user: drh tags: trunk
17:30
Further enhancements to the in-memory shared-cache documentation. check-in: bc46aa4246 user: drh tags: trunk
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<p> ^The ATTACH DATABASE statement adds another database 
file to the current [database connection]. 
^The filename for the database to be attached is the value of
the expression that occurs before the AS keyword.
^The filename of the database follows the same semantics as the
filename argument to [sqlite3_open()] and [sqlite3_open_v2()]; the
special name "[:memory:]" results in an in-memory database and an
empty string results in a new temporary database.
^The filename argument can be a [URI filename] if URI filename processing
is enable on the database connection.



The name that occurs after the AS keyword is the name of the database
used internally by SQLite.
^The database-names 'main' and 
'temp' refer to the main database and the database used for 
temporary tables.  ^The main and temp databases cannot be attached or
detached.</p>

<p> ^(Tables in an attached database can be referred to using the syntax 







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<p> ^The ATTACH DATABASE statement adds another database 
file to the current [database connection]. 
^The filename for the database to be attached is the value of
the expression that occurs before the AS keyword.
^The filename of the database follows the same semantics as the
filename argument to [sqlite3_open()] and [sqlite3_open_v2()]; the
special name "[:memory:]" results in an [in-memory database] and an
empty string results in a new temporary database.
^The filename argument can be a [URI filename] if URI filename processing
is enable on the database connection.  The default behavior is for
URI filenames to be disabled, however that might change in a future release
of SQLite, so application developers are advised to plan accordingly.

<p>The name that occurs after the AS keyword is the name of the database
used internally by SQLite.
^The database-names 'main' and 
'temp' refer to the main database and the database used for 
temporary tables.  ^The main and temp databases cannot be attached or
detached.</p>

<p> ^(Tables in an attached database can be referred to using the syntax 

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<title>SQLite Shared-Cache Mode</title>
<tcl>hd_keywords {SQLite Shared-Cache Mode} {shared cache mode}</tcl>


<tcl>
proc HEADING {level title} {
  global pnum
  incr pnum($level)
  foreach i [array names pnum] {
    if {$i>$level} {set pnum($i) 0}

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<title>SQLite Shared-Cache Mode</title>
<tcl>hd_keywords {SQLite Shared-Cache Mode} \
        {shared cache} {shared cache mode}</tcl>

<tcl>
proc HEADING {level title} {
  global pnum
  incr pnum($level)
  foreach i [array names pnum] {
    if {$i>$level} {set pnum($i) 0}