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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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The information manager must know how the recordkeeping software stores index data and database records in order to fully explain why a particular set of electronically recalled business records should be considered authentic and therefore admissible in court.
1 the contract is to update and supplement the database records the village streets and addresses in the mazowieckie voivodship communes which are partners of the mazowieckie provincial government in the implementation of the project "accelerating the growth of competitiveness of the mazowieckie voivodship, by building the information society and knowledge-based economy through the creation of an integrated knowledge bases of mazovia "under the regional operational programme of the mazowieckie 2007-2013.
The contract relates to "update and verify the database records of the village, streets and addresses
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.
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.
Hosted at the Yale Divinity School Library and produced in collaboration with the INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN OF MISSIONARY RESEARCH, the database records English-language doctoral dissertations from 1900 to the present on missions and on Christianity outside the West.
When database records indicated that 200 students had signed up to play on the 2004 football team at DePauw University (Ind.
New features and major enhancements include GeoForms[TM] that enable faster, more accurate field data entry; distributed database access automatically joins corporate database records with geographic records in the field; accurate facility locations and right-of-way information using standard, handheld survey and GPS equipment; and enhancements in wireless functionality enabling real-time display of corporate database changes on field devices, including changes in crew status, location, trouble calls, field notes, map updates and operation events such as SCADA and switching.
A set of transactional or database records that need to be readily accessible should be stored on a high-performance magnetic disk, while other data that is ready to be archived should be stored to a less costly tape cartridge.
When a user sends changes from a client, such as a wireless phone, to a server, the user can continue making subsequent changes to the database records on the client while waiting for the server to receive the original changes, resolve conflicts, and send any server-side changes back to the client.