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PROGRAM:

NAME


Kexi - Database creation for everyone

SYNOPSIS


kexi [Qt-options] [KDE-options] [options] [project-name]

DESCRIPTION


Kexi is an integrated data management application. It can be used for creating database
schemas, inserting data, performing queries, and processing data. Forms can be created to
provide a custom interface to your data. All database objects - tables, queries and forms
- are stored in the database, making it easy to share data and design.

OPTIONS


Generic options:

--help Show help about options

--help-qt
Show Qt specific options

--help-kde
Show KDE specific options

--help-all
Show all options

--author
Show author information

-v, --version
Show version information

--license
Show license information

Options related to entire projects:

--createdb
Create a new, blank project using specified database driver and database name and
exit immediately. You will be asked for confirmation if overwriting is needed.

--create-opendb
Like --createdb, but also open newly created database.

--dropdb
Drop (remove) a project using specified database driver and database name. You
will be asked for confirmation.

--drv,--dbdriver <name>
Database driver to be used for connecting to a database project (SQLite by
default). Ignored if a shortcut filename is provided.

-t,--type <name>
Specify the type of file provided as an argument. This option is only useful if
the filename does not have a valid extension set and its type cannot be determined
unambiguously by examining its contents. This option is ignored if no file is
specified as an argument. Available file types are: - "project" for a project file
(the default) - "shortcut" for a shortcut file pointing to a project. -
"connection" for database connection data.

--conn,--connection <shortcut_filename>
Specify a database connection shortcut .kexic file containing connection data. Can
be used with --createdb or --create-opendb for convenience instead of using options
like --user, --host or --port. Note: Options like --user, --host have precedence
over settings defined in the shortcut file.

--readonly
Specify that any database connections will be performed without write support. This
option is ignored when "createdb" option is present, otherwise the database could
not be created.

--user-mode
Start project in User Mode, regardless of the project settings.

--design-mode
Start project in Design Mode, regardless of the project settings.

--show-navigator
Show the Project Navigator side pane even if Kexi runs in User Mode.

--hide-menu
Hide the main menu (the tabbed toolbar) completely. A number of commands from the
main menu is always visible. This option is useful in User Mode.

--skip-startup-dialog
Skip displaying startup dialog window. If there is no project name specified to
open, an empty application window will appear.

Options related to opening objects within a project:

--open [<object_type>:]<object_name>
Open object of type 'object_type' and name 'object_name' from specified project on
application start. 'object_type' is optional, if omitted - table type is assumed.
Other object types can be query, report, form, script (may be more or less,
depending on your plugins installed). Use "" chars to specify names containing
spaces. Examples: --open MyTable, --open query:"My very big query"

--design [<object_type>:]<object_name>
Like --open, but the object will be opened in Design Mode, if one is available.

--edittext [<object_type>:]<object_name>
Like --open, but the object will be opened in Text Mode, if one is available.

--exec, --execute [<object_type>:]<object_name>
Start execution of object of type 'object_type' and name 'object_name' on
application start. 'object_type' is optional, if omitted - macro type is assumed.
Other object types can be script (may be more or less, depending on your plugins
installed). Use "" chars to specify names containing spaces.

--new <object_type>
Start new object design of type 'object_type'.

Options related to database servers:

-u,--user <name>
User name to be used for connecting to a database project. Ignored if a shortcut
filename is provided.

-h,--host <name>
Server (host) name to be used for connecting to a database project. Ignored if a
shortcut filename is provided.

--port <number>
Server's port number to be used for connecting to a database project. Ignored if a
shortcut filename is provided.

--local-socket <filename> Server's local socket filename
to be used for connecting to a database project. Ignored if a shortcut filename is
provided.

--skip-conn-dialog
Skip displaying connection dialog window and connect directly. Available when
opening .kexic or .kexis shortcut files.

Arguments:

project-name Kexi database project filename, Kexi shortcut filename or name of a Kexi
database project on a server to open.

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