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CORe

CORe

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Hello,
I would like to know precisely what the CORe is composed of.
I just know that it is a database (SQL server in my case).
I have looked on my NSM server. There is a database named TNGDB that contains the objects that i can see on the 2D-map. My question is, is there any other data (that would be part of the CORe) located in another database or in some files (for example)?
Does anyone know about that?
Thank you in advance.

RE: CORe

The TNG/NSM Common Object Repository is the TNGDB database. There are probably other databases there as well - CAIOPRDB, CAITRPDB, CAISECDB, and others - depending on what you've installed.

However, the COR is a bit more than just a simple database. It's also an API, a series of objects and a significant construct in memory. This is why you shouldn't modify the database directly, as it can cause problems; you should use the WorldView API at all times.

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