Transferring Material Library to Other Computers
Tips & Tricks
When you create a user‑defined material, despite the extensive material library in RFEM and RSTAB, this material is automatically saved in the file Materialien_User.dbd. Since the user-defined material library is synchronized with the standard library, you have to copy also the file Materialien.dbd when transferring the user‑defined material library to another computer. Both files are located in the path displayed under ‘Options’ -> ‘Program Options’ -> ‘Data Files’.
If there are multiple computers accessing the same database, you can also create a network location at this point.
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