Index.btr file in Windows XP Help please

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What is stored in a Win XP index.btr file? Is it a compression of index,dat
files?I have tried to open using Btrieve and get an error message.

Anyone got any software they can flog that will read this? Its in a
Repository?FS directory in windows.

Re: Index.btr file in Windows XP Help please

Ben wrote:
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Physically, the CIM resides in the
%SystemRoot%\system32\wbem\Repository\FS\ directory and consists of the
following four files:

     * index.btr. Binary-tree (btree) index file.
     * Transaction control file.
     * CIM repository where managed resource definitions
are stored.
     * Transaction control file.

     Note   In Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 4,
the CIM is stored in %SystemRoot%\system32\wbem\Respository\cim.rep. In
Windows Millennium Edition (Me), Windows 98, and Windows 95 OSR 2.5
operating systems, the CIM is stored in

Although the CIM is based on object-oriented design principles, you need
not become an expert in information modeling or schema design to be
productive using WMI and writing WMI-based scripts. What is important is
that you understand the basic structure and organization of the CIM, and
how to navigate and interpret its contents.

Explaination what a binary tree is and how it works  While it is
addressing binary treees in general it applies to your querry:

Hope this helps,


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