live system

live system

[′līv ′sis·təm]
(computer science)
A computer system on which all testing has been completed so that it is fully operational and ready for production work. Also known as production system.
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Using a live system that finds and fixes errors within the monthly billing cycle, TeraMatch takes the billing data from the carriers and matches it against the customer's call data.
The most widely used ERP system, SAP, does not provide a means to store files sequentially once removed from the live system (such as during archiving).
Live system testing began in April 2001 and ended six months later.
Centrally managed from the NetVault: Backup server, using VaultDR administrators have the option of taking either an offline or online image of a live system without any impact to the production environment.
We will host a customer presentation and live system demonstrations during this meeting, so people can experience first-hand our automated genotyping technology.
We will host a press conference and live system demonstrations during this meeting, so people can experience our technology that enables DNA analysis to take place in as little as minutes.
Private and secure, XRAYMEDIA's live system allows for simultaneous real-time negotiating with multiple parties from around the globe.
During the demonstration, officials from the defense, homeland security and emergency services communities, will monitor a live system test from Washington via two-way satellite link, getting a first-hand look at how Smart Nets makes use of the Instructional Television Fixed Service Band (ITFS) to provide dependable two-way wireless broadband communications to fire, police, EMS, and other personnel in the field in New York City.
The new pricing solution controls the storing, pricing, retrieval and validation of fares within a live system and uses modified data from a daily ATPCO output.
Using a live system that finds and fixes errors within the monthly billing cycle, TeraMatch(TM) takes the billing data from the carriers and matches it against the customer's call data.