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Progress DBA ADMIN - Relative-path Databases



Relative-path databases are the simplest form of Version 9 databases. They contain most of the
properties associated with pre-Version 9 (single volume) databases, in that they are made up of
a minimum number of files and can be copied with OS commands. A relative-path database
stores all extents associated with the database in the same directory as the control area. The
control area contains relative paths to all the extents. You would use a relative-path database in
the following situations:
• When the database needs to be opened across a network for demonstration purposes
• When the database needs to be copied with OS tools, as when installing a demonstration
database
• When the database is the master database to be associated with a new application

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