Files with rl1 file extension could also be in the past found as old databases from RL-1 Data Base program.

There is one other file type using
the RL1 file extension!

empty icon.rl1 - Descent 1 registered level data

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RL1 file extension - RL-1 Data Base database

What is rl1 file? How to open rl1 files?

File type specification:

Database file type icon Database file type

The rl1 file extension was also in the past used for a RL-1 database format. This was a DOS-based full relational data base file format for a data base called RL-1 Data Base. They were originally (early 1980's) called ABW Corporation based in Ann Arbor Michigan.

The final issue under ABW's name was Version 1.32 in 1984.

The company was bought out by Dun & Bradstreet and the product was renamed (DunsPlus 2A) re-marketed and supported by D & B Computing Services from Wilton CT in 1986.

Under D & B the last release I received was 1.53 in 1985.

In 1986 D & B changed their support policies to a per diem rate of $600/day for all support, and I lost contact with them at that time.

The product was very similar in function to the IBM System /38 database and the file modules were accessible from Cobol, Basic and I think PL-1 programs on the PC.

This rl1 file type entry was marked as obsolete and no longer supported file format.

This type of file is no longer actively used and is most likely obsolete. This is typically the case for system files in old operating systems, file types from long discontinued software, or previous versions of certain file types (like documents, projects etc.) that were replaced in higher versions of their original programs.

Updated: April 17, 2019

Help how to open:

Use compatible tools to work with *.rl1 files.

How to convert:

Probably can be exported to other formats.

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