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A connection string is used to specify how to connect to the database. Connection strings in Microsoft.Data.Sqlitefollow the standard ADO.NET syntax as a semicolon-separated list ofkeywords and values.
The following connection string keywords can be used with Microsoft.Data.Sqlite:
The path to the database file. DataSource (without a space) and Filename are aliases of this keyword.
SQLite treats paths relative to the current working directory. Absolute paths can also be specified.
If empty, SQLite creates a temporary on-disk database that's deleted when the connection is closed.
:memory:, an in-memory database is used. For more information, see In-Memory databases.
Paths that start with the
DataDirectory substitution string are treated the same as relative paths. If set, paths are made relative to the DataDirectory application domain property value.
This keyword also supports URI Filenames.
The connection mode.
|ReadWriteCreate||Opens the database for reading and writing, and creates it if it doesn't exist. This is the default.|
|ReadWrite||Opens the database for reading and writing.|
|ReadOnly||Opens the database in read-only mode.|
|Memory||Opens an in-memory database.|
The caching mode used by the connection.
|Default||Uses the default mode of the underlying SQLite library. This is the default.|
|Private||Each connection uses a private cache.|
|Shared||Connections share a cache. This mode can change the behavior of transaction and table locking.|
The encryption key. When specified,
PRAGMA key is sent immediately after opening the connection.
Password has no effect when encryption isn't supported by the native SQLite library.
The Password keyword was added in version 3.0.
A value indicating whether to enable foreign key constraints.
The Foreign Keys keyword was added in version 3.0.
|(empty)||Doesn't send |
There's no need enable foreign keys if, like in e_sqlite3, SQLITE_DEFAULT_FOREIGN_KEYS was used to compile the nativeSQLite library.
A value that indicates whether to enable recursive triggers.
The Recursive Triggers keyword was added in version 3.0.
|False||Doesn't send |
Connection string builder
You can use SqliteConnectionStringBuilder as a strongly typed way of creating connection strings. It can also be used to prevent connection string injection attacks.
A basic connection string with a shared cache for improved concurrency.
An encrypted database.
A read-only database that cannot be modified by the app.
A private, in-memory database. New release movies on plex.
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A sharable, in-memory database identified by the name Sharable.