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This section provides details on the architecture of these components, their data storage, data access, and I/O requirements.

Provides a number of client applications that are used to configure and operate the product.

Note: Each EDQ server must have its own Config and Results schemas.

The Results schema stores snapshot, staged, and results data.

In the case of an exceptionally large EDQ system, especially where Case Management is heavily used, the storage requirements could reach 10 GB.

Access to the data held in the Config schema is typical of configuration data in other relational database management system (RDBMS) applications.

The Config schema stores configuration data for EDQ.

It is generally used in the typical transactional manner common to many web applications: queries are run to access small numbers of records, which are then updated as required.

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