Make a database ANSI compliant with ontape

To make a database called stores_demo, which already uses transaction logging (either unbuffered or buffered), into an ANSI-compliant database with ontape, run the following command:
ontape -A stores_demo
To make a database called stores_demo, which does not already use transaction logging, into an ANSI-compliant database with ontape, run the following command:
ontape -s -A stores_demo
In addition to making a database ANSI compliant, this command also creates a storage-space backup at the same time. Specify a level-0 backup when you are prompted for a level.
Tip: After you change the logging mode to ANSI compliant, you cannot easily change it again. To change the logging mode of ANSI-compliant databases, unload the data, recreate the database with the new logging mode, and reload the data. For details, see Changing the logging mode of an ANSI-compliant database.

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