4. Maintaining a Distributed Database : Distributed Database Maintenance Tasks
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Distributed Database Maintenance Tasks
A distributed database can be made up of tables, views, procedures, and indexes in local Ingres databases, remote Ingres databases, and non-Ingres databases accessible through Enterprise Access products.
Database maintenance tasks include:
Creating distributed databases
Note:  You are not limited in the number of databases that you can create. You can create as many databases as your operating system allows.
Destroying databases
Creating tables and views on distributed databases
Removing tables and views
Registering (defining to Ingres Star) tables, views, and procedures (indexes are registered automatically)
Refreshing registered tables or views
Removing registrations