change record

change record

[′chānj ‚rek·ərd]
(computer science)
A record that is used to alter information in a corresponding master record. Also known as amendment record; transaction record.
References in classic literature ?
There was not the slightest change recorded by the instrument, during the whole time.
There was no oil change record while cooking oil was being converted into rancid form.
Quetta -- The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Balochistan has unearthed mega corruption scam by identifying 890 government employees in the province Balochistan who were suspected of altering the official data to change record of their ages in order to delay retirement.
The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has identified 890 government employees in Balochistan who were suspected of altering the official data to change record of their ages in order to delay retirement, sources told media on Friday.
The Funk godfather has had to change record companies and band names a number of times to due to copyright issues.
On the other hand, National Accountability Bureau has also taken all record regarding allotment of agro farms into its custody and started separate investigation but the civic authority is facing daunting Pressure on behalf of Political tycoon to change record, besides clearing allotment of agro farms on immediate basis.
Subscribers receive bimonthly updates with redlining indicating new and obsolete material, a change sheet that shows update number, date of issuance, details of the amendments along with filing instructions, and a change record that keeps a record of the current update as well as the previous update information.
Blackout periods typically occur when plans change record keepers or investment options, or when plans add participants due to a corporate merger or acquisition.
The sales concept of one song at a time will also change record company behavior.
"We had to change record labels three times before getting our first single out.
'The average annual rate of change of the Food sub-index for the twelve-month period ending May 2019 over the previous twelve-month average was 13.37 per cent, 0.03 per cent points from the average annual rate of change recorded in April 2019 (13.34 per cent).'