TreePad database types
 
 
TreePad 7.x .tpd database type
This file format was introduced in TreePad Business Edition, TreePad SAFE and TreePad PLUS version 7.0. When you click menu⁄file⁄new, by default TreePad creates a new .tpd database for you.  All articles, nodes, icons and images are stored inside the .tpd file. A .tpd file is binary.
When to use this database format? It is recommended that you always use in this database format, since it is the best, fastest and most secure method of storing information, unless you have good reasons to use any of the other formats described below.
 
 
TreePad 6.x .hjt file type
TreePad 6.x file format. Articles and nodes are stored inside the .hjt file (ASCII based). Articles are stored as Rich Text or Plain Text entities inside the .hjt file. All icons and images are stored inside a separate .tpz file (which has the same name as the .hjt file, except for the extension .tpz). To create a new .hjt file, click menu⁄file⁄new⁄other, then in the dialog 'Create new TreePad database', select the option 'Create new .hjt file'. TreePad .hjt files are ASCII⁄text-based. The accompanying .tpz files are binary files in zip format.
When to use this file format? Use this file type when want to store information in a file format which is ASCII-based, so that it can be opened, and edited outside TreePad in a standard text-editor, and⁄or when you want to store your information in a file format which is 100% public. A document describing all aspects of the .hjt file format can be found on: www.treepad.com⁄docs
 
 
TreePad 6.x .htmhjt file type
TreePad 6.x file format. Articles and nodes are stored inside the .hjt file (ASCII based). This file type has the same format as the .hjt file format described above, except that articles are stored as HTML or Plain Text entities inside the .htmhjt file. Just like with .hjt files, all icons and images are stored inside a separate .tpz file (which has the same name as the .htmhjt file, except for the extension .tpz). To create a new .htmhjt file, click menu⁄file⁄new⁄other, then in the dialog 'Create new TreePad database', select the option 'Create new .htmhjt file'. TreePad .htmhjt files are ASCII⁄text-based. The accompanying .tpz files are binary files in zip format.
When to use this file format? The .htmhjt file format is the most straightforward TreePad file format, since (1) it is ASCII⁄text-based, and (2) all articles are stored as HTML or Plain Text (instead of complex RTF entities). Therefore, the .htmhjt file type allows for convenient generation by self-created web-scripts and programs, also is it very easy to create web-scripts or programs which can read this file type. The disadvantage of .htmhjt files is that not all text-formatting is stored in the way you would expect, since HTML is more limited and primitive than RTF.
 
 
See also:
Maximum database size
Database repair and optimize
TreePad file types
.hjt databases and .tpz files
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