1. Switch to Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio that was used in an earlier step.
2. On the View menu, select the Refresh option. This should refresh the Object Explorer view on the left hand side. If this function seems unreliable, close and re-open the Management Studio application.
3. Expand the database that you created earlier and expand the Tables group.
You should find a large number of tables prefixed LX_DTA. This is the schema name for LANSA repository tables.
The second group of tables prefixed by X4TRNDTA (schema name) in this example, are the application tables. Your schema name will depend on your LANSA partition file library name. Schema name is limited to eight characters so that LANSA shortens the library name if necessary. The library name was D14TRNDTA in this example.
4. Right click on the table xEmployee and select Edit Top 200 rows.
The file data should be displayed on the right hand side.
5. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the path, where <company name> and <application name> are your values for the Windows Server install:C:\Program Files (x86)\<company name>\<application name>
6. The following image shows the main contents and the organisation of the installed folders: