Zap used to delete entire file except for file structure - Database

Q.  What is used to delete an entire file except for a file structure?
- Published on 27 Aug 15

a. Eraser
b. Pack
c. Delete
d. Zap



  • Nirja Shah   -Posted on 02 Nov 15
    - It is a database command that permanently removes all records from files open in the current work area.

    - It also includes the current database file, index files, and associated memo file.

    - The disk space previously occupied by the ZAPped files is released to the operating system.

    - This command performs the same operation as DELETE ALL followed by PACK but is almost instantaneous.

    - To ZAP in a network environment, the current database file must be used exclusively.

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