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Re: Backup File Compression
Posted by: Ruth Mickelson (ID *****9346) Date: June 18, 2002 at 17:55:41
In Reply to: Backup File Compression by Gregory Gebert of 11492

The Project Utilities are a great feature of UFT. You are probably okay with your info. One of the Utilities features is PACK. It permanently removes records that have been deleted from your project or library and reduces the total disk space used. UFT also rebuilds all the index files, which may also help save room. If you have any doubt, however, you might want to compare some of the project files of information for individuals you know, and see if it's all intact, etc. By the way, kudos to you ... it's good to hear that some people are so faithful in their backups!!!


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