JET_RECSIZE2 Structure

Windows

Last modified: January 09, 2012

Applies to: Windows | Windows Server

The JET_RECSIZE2 structure is used by JetGetRecordSize2 to return information about a record's usage requirements in user data space, number of set columns, number of values, and ESE record structure overhead space.

Windows 7:  The JET_RECSIZE2 structure is introduced in the Windows 7 operating system.

typedef struct {
  unsigned __int64 cbData;
  unsigned __int64 cbLongValueData;
  unsigned __int64 cbOverhead;
  unsigned __int64 cbLongValueOverhead;
  unsigned __int64 cNonTaggedColumns;
  unsigned __int64 cTaggedColumns;
  unsigned __int64 cLongValues;
    unsigned __int64 cMultiValues;
  unsigned __int64 cCompressedColumns;
  unsigned __int64 cbDataCompressed;
  unsigned __int64 cbLongValueDataCompressed;
} JET_RECSIZE2;

Members

cbData

User data set in the record.

Note  The key size is not included in this.

cbLongValueData

User data associated with the record but stored in the long-value tree.

Note  This does not count intrinsic long-values.

cbOverhead

The overhead of the ESE record structure for this record. This includes the record's key size.

cbLongValueOverhead

The overhead of the long-value data.

Note  This does not count intrinsic long-values.

cNonTaggedColumns

Total number of fixed and variable columns set in this record.

cTaggedColumns

Total number of tagged columns set in this record.

cLongValues

Total number of long values stored in the long-value tree for this record.

Note  This does not count intrinsic long-values.

cMultiValues

The accumulation of the total number of values beyond the first for all columns in the record.

cCompressedColumns

The total number of compressed columns.

cbDataCompressed

The compressed size of user data in this record. This is the same as cbData if no intrinsic long-values are compressed.

cbLongValueDataCompressed

The compressed size of user data in the long-value tree. This is the same as cbLongValue data if no separated long values are compressed.

Remarks

The total number of values in the record would be cMultiValues + cNonTaggedColumns + cTaggedColumns.

The logical data in the record is (cbData+cbLongValueData) and the physical size of the data is (cbDataCompressed+cbLongValueDataCompressed). This can be used to calculate the compression ratio of stored data.

Requirements

Client

Requires Windows Vista operating system.

Server

Requires Windows Server 2008 operating system.

Header

Declared in Esent.h.

See Also

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