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.PCK File Extension

File Type 1Perfect World Data File

DeveloperPerfect World
Popularity
4.3 (31 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

What is a PCK file?

Game data file used by Perfect World, a free massively multiplayer online role-playing (MMORPG) game; may contain various game data, including world information and avatar, item, and building models; used for game installations and updates.

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Programs that open PCK files
Windows
Perfect World
Updated 10/14/2016

File Type 2System Center Configuration Manager Package File

DeveloperMicrosoft
Popularity
4.3 (35 Votes)
CategorySystem Files
FormatBinary

.PCK File Association 2

File used by System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), an application used to administer large groups of Windows computer systems; contains an update package, which can store system and application files; used for updating client systems.

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To distribute PCK files, the SCCM software first builds a compressed PCK file with the source files for the update and then sends it to a Distribution Point (DP) computer. The DP allows registered client computers to download available packages in order to update their software.

NOTE: SCCM was previously called Systems Management Server (SMS) in versions 2003 and earlier.

Programs that open PCK files
Updated 10/14/2016

File Type 3Godot Engine Game Pack File

DeveloperGodot
Popularity
3.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatN/A

.PCK File Association 3

A PCK file contains a resource pack created by Godot Engine, an open source game engine used to create 2D and 3D games. It stores information about a game exported from Godot Engine, which may include textures, models, scenes, shaders, scripts, music, or sound effects.

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PCK files allow developers to add functionality to games they have already deployed. A developer may use the PCK game resource pack for various reasons, including distributing patches to fix bugs, mods to allow gamers to create content for the game, or downloadable content to add features to a game.

NOTE: To export the resources of a project into a PCK file, select Project → Export, and then click Export PCK/Zip.

Programs that open PCK files
Updated 6/5/2019

File Type 4Oracle Package Specification and Body File

DeveloperOracle
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryData Files
FormatText

.PCK File Association 4

A PCK file is a package created with Oracle PL/SQL database software, most notably Allround Automations PL/SQL Developer. It contains a package specification and package in the PL/SQL language. PCK files are used to define the stored public procedures, functions, types, etc. that can be accessed by other applications to prevent package data from being unintentionally modified.

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You can open and edit PCK files using PL/SQL Developer, which is developed by Allround Automations. You can also view and edit a PCK with a text editor since it is stored in plain text.

The PCK file allows you to combine the specifications for a PL/SQL package and the package body into one file. Typically, the specifications and body are stored in separate files. The package specification, which declares the variables, exceptions, types, constants, cursors, and subprograms publicly accessible from other applications, is commonly stored in the .PKS file. The package body, which consists of the code that implements the procedures, functions, and cursors listed in the package specification, is commonly stored in the .PKB file.

NOTE: PL/SQL is a procedural language extension to Structured Query Language (SQL). It is available in Oracle Database (since version 6), IBM DB2 (since version 9.7), and TimesTen in-memory database (since version 11.2.1).

Programs that open PCK files
Updated 3/1/2019

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