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Stored procedures
WDMap is used to find out whether a HFSQL data file must be reindexed and reindex a HFSQL data file.
Two types of reindex operations are available:
  • Standard reindexing: Standard reindexing (with statistics and without compression).
  • Reindexing with compression: Reindexing with compression (keeps the active records only. All the crossed or deleted records are permanently deleted).
  • The indexes are re-organized by the reindex operation. After the indexing operation, the access to indexes is optimized. The indexing operation may be required if the index file is lost or damaged.
  • WDMap allows you to easily reindex a data file. However, to reindex a file more completely, use WDOptimizer.
  • You can also reindex a file from the Windows explorer. To do so, select "Optimize" from the popup menu of the file to reindex. Then, the reindexing is performed by WDOptimizer.
Remark: From version 19, HFSQL is the new name of HyperFileSQL.
How to proceed?

WDMap started from the editor

To reindex a data file:
  1. Display the data file to reindex (see Viewing the records found in a data file for more details).
  2. To perform:
    • a standard reindexing: Select "Tools .. Reindexing .. Standard".
    • a reindexing with compression: select "Tools .. Reindexing .. With compression".

WDMap started by the "WDMAP.EXE" program

To reindex a data file:
  1. In the wizard, select "Reindex a file" and go to the next plane.
  2. Select the file to reindex and validate.
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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