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“The Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) is an advanced indexed and sequential access method (ISAM) storage technology. ESE enables applications to store and retrieve data from tables using indexed or sequential cursor navigation. It supports denormalized schemas including wide tables with numerous sparse columns, multi-valued columns, and sparse and rich indexes. ESE is for use in applications that require fast and/or light structured data storage, where raw file access or the registry does not support the application's indexing or data size requirements. It is used by applications that never store more than 1 megabyte of data, and has been used in applications with databases in extreme cases in excess of 1 terabyte, and commonly over 50 gigabytes. Extensible Storage Engine is a Windows component that was introduced in Windows 2000.”
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“Vista introduced two closely related features: Application Restart and Application Recovery…Application Recovery applies to applications that have a “document” or any other in-memory information that might be lost when the application closes unexpectedly. Application Restart applies to all applications, whether they might have unsaved data or not, and to more unexpected closes, including a DLL update or a system reboot.”
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The Error Code Lookup tool can be used to determine error values from decimal and hexadecimal error codes in Microsoft Windows operating systems. The tool can look up one or more values at a time. All values on the command line will be looked up in Exchange’s internal tables.