CompuByte File structures

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CompuByte File structures

Postby alvin » June 18th, 2007, 11:05 am

FILE STRUCTURES AND LOCATIONS

Directory name \ANAL
keeps all CSV files for reports

Directory name \compu

All important .Net Pos configuration files.

Stock files

Directory name \STOCK\STK*.*

EACH GROUP WOULD HAVE ITS OWN FILE EXAMPLE STK4.1 WOULD MEAN STOCK GROUP FOUR COMPANY 1 (The extension is the company number)

\PROGRAMS\GROUPS.* and X:GROUPS.*

IN THIS FILE THE GROUPS DESCRIPTIONS ARE STORED (The extension is the company number)

\PROGRAMS\INDEX.

The index file for PLU code (FILE SIZE 840 000)

\PROGRAMS\INDEX.C

The index file for catalogue (FILE SIZE 840 000)

\PROGRAMS\INDEX-D.*

The index file for description search (The extension is the company number)

\PROGRAMS\R-*.*

The custom stock reports are stored here. (The extension is the company number)

INVOICING files

Directory name \SALES\??-???.?

Sales info is stored here in the form 05-960.1 . Where 05-96 is the month 0 is the company and 1 the terminal number


Directory name \TRANS\INV??-??.?

Sales transaction data is stored in the form INV05-96.1. Where 05-96 is the month 1 is the company


Directory name \TRANS\X?????.?

All individual input storage for re-prints and report generator in the form X05960.1 . Where 0596 is the month May 96 and 0 the company and 1 the terminal

Directory name \TRANS\X-CURD.?

The document numbers generation

Directory name \TRANS\TRA-?-??.?

The document storage index. In the form TRA-0-12.1 0 IS THE SEQUENSIAL STORAGE NUMBER - 12 is the document type (vv) and 1 is the company.

CASH BOOK Files

Directory name \BANK-LED\BANK.*

The cash book storage (The extension is the company number)

Directory name \BANK-LED\LEDGER.*

The ledger storage (The extension is the company number)

Directory name \BANK-LED\LACCOUNT.*

The ledger account names are stored her (The extension is the company number)

DEBTORS files

Directory name \DEBTORS\FILED.*

The storage of the accounts only (The extension is the company number)

Directory name \DEBTORS\BI??.*

The storage of the monthly bills the question marks are replaced with the month numbers (The extension is the company number)

Directory name \A?\*.*

where question mark is 0 to 9 Eg \A0 A\1 etc

The personal files of the debtors - the question mark is from 0 to 9 and the files are stored in accordance to the account numbers. (The extension is the company number)

Directory name \b?\*.*

The personal Bill files of the debtors - the question mark is from 0 to 9 and the files are stored in accordance to the account numbers. (The extension is the company number)

CREDITORS files

Directory name \CREDITOR\FILED.S?

Directory name \CREDITOR\BI??.S?

Same as debtors but has a S to start the extension

Directory name \A\*.S?

Directory name \B\*.S?

Only two directors \A and \B one for transaction and the other for bills.

OTHER files.
\PROGRAMS\PER.*

The companies personal details (The extension is the company number)

\PROGRAMS\EX and X:EX

The 2 bit file which shows which company is currently being used.

\PROGRAMS\PAGES. and X:PAGES.

The menu items and its info.

\PROGRAMS\PARA. And X:PARA.

The parameter files

X:TERM.

The terminal number being used

X:STK-PAR.

\PROGRAMS\STK-PAR

X:STK-DIS.

\PROGRAMS\STK-DIS.

The stock structure files

X:MESSAGE

Any message file.

\PROGRAMS\NOTES.

Notes entered into system

\PROGRAMS\NOTES-S.

The storage of notes read and archived.

\PROGRAMS\UPDATE.

Latest changes and updates.

\U2\*.*

Programs for labels printing

\M\*.*

The discount matrix files. In the form 1.0 where 1 is the account number and 0 the company extention also stores the sizing matrixes.

IMPORTANT : The TERM file in the ramdrive X: created using ramdrive.sys or vdisk.sys in the config.sys is used in multi-terminal files to indicate what terminal is being used. By running make-t from the programs directory creates the terminal number in \TERM. This number must be copied as X:TERM via a batch file.

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Re: CompuByte File structures

Postby basit » September 17th, 2015, 12:10 am

The only reason we have so many files and directories is so that we can recreate any corrupted file on the fly . . .

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Re: CompuByte File structures

Postby basit » September 17th, 2015, 10:59 pm

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