While this is slower than simply storing the pointer to the related data directly in the records, it also means that changes to the physical layout of the data do not require any updating of the pointers—the entry will still be valid.ISAM is very simple to understand and implement, as it primarily consists of direct, sequential access to a database file. The tradeoff is that each client machine must manage its own connection to each file it accesses.Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, the Windows logo and / or other Microsoft products referenced are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and / or other countries.
RMS provides 4 different methods of accessing data; Sequential, Relative Record Number Access, Record File Address Access, and Indexed Access.
The Indexed Access method of reading or writing data only provides the desired outcome if in fact the file is organized as an ISAM file with the appropriate, previously defined keys.
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Records are stored sequentially, originally to speed access on a tape system.
A secondary set of hash tables known as indexes contain "pointers" into the tables, allowing individual records to be retrieved without having to search the entire data set.
Additionally modifications to the data do not require changes to other data, only the table and indexes in question.
When an ISAM file is created, index nodes are fixed, and their pointers do not change during inserts and deletes that occur later (only content of leaf nodes change afterwards).
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