Has anyone had any experience on minimising the amount of space used on the Wise Share Point?
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I'm lost here......how do you minimise?

If its an Access file then download the MS tools to compact Access Databases
If its a SQL Database then SQL Provides the same.

If I'm off track here.....then enlighten me :)
Answered 04/19/2004 by: MSIMaker
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oh btw....be careful if you are using MS Access because I corrupted my Wise Share Point Access database once and it never came back.....I changed to SQL and have never had an issue since then.
Answered 04/19/2004 by: MSIMaker
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This was more to do with the amount of space a single application can take up on the Wise Share Point
You get the source files, the MSI (with another copy of the the source files and their installation structure), the WSI etc etc and we are beginning to find that we are running into space problems on our SharePoint
Answered 05/06/2004 by: JillBA
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Jill, once you distribute the application to the Share Point, you can safely remove the source files located in the Project directory. They are placed there initially so that the application can be compiled from any machine. Once the application is distributed, the files are then copied to the 000 directory structure under the Wise Share Point for Conflict Management purposes. The file references in the WiseSourcePath table are also updated at this point to point to the 000 directory structure meaning the files in the Project directory are now obsolete.
Answered 05/11/2004 by: Aaron
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