It's to insert a link that will launch the app/script from an email that was generated with no knowledge of the version the user has.
It may be possible to intercept the url details in the requiredtolink.mm file in xcode but I haven't tried it yet.
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Do you call your app from your another iOS SDK app?
If yes, you could create a shared container that accessible from the both of apps.
And your first app can write the name of the DB in the container as a text file during a startup script.
Then this name can be read from the second app.
Another way - to create a plugin (framework), that reads Info.plist settings right from the project.
This trick I'm using in my projects
It's not a call from an app.
It's a link inside an email that would launch the app and a particular script.
It may be possible to modify the requiredtolink.mm file to modify the args parameter if no actual db is specified.
For the moment I think I will go with the Launcher db approach
I don't think, that you could play with requiredtolink.mm file.
Using some dispatcher db is looking more real
I created a Run.fmp12 file with a script that will launch the actual app/script
I can call my app/script the following way
This will work with any name of the actual app db.