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Editing connection properties

The tab allows you to change connection properties of an existing database profile. Here you can change the database group, database info and edit the database alias, an optional name to display the database in the Explorer tree and in all the application tools.


Enable native foreign key support

This option affects the automatic creation of referential integrity triggers: they are NOT created if it is turned ON and vice versa. Foreign keys are supported by SQLite 3.6.19 and higher.


Attached databases

The list of database files to be automatically added to each connection established by the software. Find out more on attached databases at SQLite official documentation.


Extensions (SQLite 3)

The list of extensions to be loaded automatically for each connection established by the software.


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