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Posted on 2004-08-11
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I have used foxpro before and we used the "zap" command to compact the databases.  Is there a similar command in sybase or is it even necessary for a sql database?
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What Sybase database server do you have - ASE (Adaptive Server Enterprise) or ASA (Adaptive Server Anywhere) ?
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Adaptive Server Anywhere 7.0.2.15
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Well it is not necessary to compact ASA database. However, sometimes it's good to create new clean database and then there are same useful utilities like rebuild or dbunload. For detailed info you can check http://sybooks.sybase.com/onlinebooks/group-aw/awg0700e/dbrfen7/@Generic__BookView;lang=cs
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