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I have a database file with extention of .DT and it looks to have a index file of .NX. Can someone tell me what kind of database it is? I need to normalize this database.
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It could be ODEX Database files, please read:
http://www.di-international.


or OAS files:
http://www.onairusa.com/pdf/OAS_Manual.pdf

Please find out what application in your system is using the database file, run the SCO software manager to see what packages are installed on your system (eg, scoadmin so).
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Thanks I will check those out.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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