You can create a logical RMSfile with toolkit as follows:
Start toolkit on your database:
c:\> toolkit dbname
Select 1 - Data Files Menu from the Toolkit Development Menu.
Select D1 - Create File Definition from the Data File Menu.
Enter the new logical RMSfile name.
Enter the description of the RMSfile. See section 4.6, Editing an RMS Definition File for more information.
If you create a hashed RMSfile, lfedit asks you for the maximum number of records that the RMSfile may contain. Enter the number of records and press the STORE <F5> key.
To create a logical RMSfile with commands, enter:
c:\> lfedit -cv lfname
Lfname is the logical name for the new RMSfile. Lfedit assumes that the database has toolkit style subdirectories; lfedit puts the RMSfile in the data subdirectory, and puts the RMS definition file in the def subdirectory.
Lfedit runs the filedef (C-1) program to interactively create the RMSfile definition.
If you create a hashed RMSfile, lfedit asks you for the maximum number of records that the RMSfile may contain.