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database record

A group of related and adjacent fields of data about a subject or transaction. Also called a "row" or "tuple." See relational database and database.
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A researcher using any of these services can link from database records to the full-text documents on the Web sites of participating journal publishers or patent offices for no additional charge.
Software that understands SQL3 will produce database records stored with this new query language feature.
Netrics was named 2006 Gartner "Cool Vendor" in data management and integration for its "innovative, impactful and intriguing" database record matching software.
It's groundbreaking when you consider the plethora of regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley and AML, and the need to accurately identify database records, or any type of data, the first time, every time--even when the match is not exact.
Netrics' software products enable organizations to find and accurately identify database records or any type of data the first time, every time--even when the match is not exact.
Free text searching means that the indexed text of database records can be searched for any terms using whatever search capabilities (Boolean logic, proximity searches, etc.
The order is to collect, review, updating database records villages, streets and addresses maintained by the municipality.
Altogether the database records some details of 90 drone crashes since January 2007.
The Security Expert System was designed by Information Technology (IT) students Maryam Hassan and Aysha Yousif, to provide full administrative control over database records.
More than 2000 database records have links to PDF files of online publications.
Earlier this month, the former IT director for a nonprofit organ and tissue donation center pleaded guilty to a charge that she broke into the organization's computer network and deleted organ donation database records, invoice files, and database and accounting software.
POLICE could one day use DNA from hair or blood to reveal a suspect's surname from database records.