closed file

closed file

[¦klōzd ′fīl]
(computer science)
A file that cannot be accessed for reading or writing.
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A so-called special advocate has been appointed to review closed file material on behalf of Corey's legal team.
Mourto, a thirty-year-old refugee woman with three teenage daughters who has a closed file with UNHCR, summed up the majority viewpoint:
During the last one year, AXA has launched several activities such as counter fraud, closed file review and insurance procurement in line with group strategy besides the web & IT solutions such as the addition-deletion portal, eligibility check, dental pre approval, CCHI uploader, HAAD e-claims and the completion of Waseel Project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
For us, it's a closed file though the court has not accepted it.
It has been estimated that it takes at least 20 to 25 minutes to locate a specific closed file, arrange for the file to be retrieved from archive, and then reviewed to determine whether or not RIPA was used for that specific prosecution.
Filed away in the general storeroom under 'B' was a closed file for The Beatles containing a treasure trove of information about the band, detailing their early days in Liverpool, playing the likes of the Cavern club.
My biological dad was a closed file, so I will never have a picture or much information about him.
For these databases, using WORM media or CAS is not an option because these technologies require a closed file that is then either encrypted to prevent access or stamped with a hash algorithm to prove the file has not been modified.
In the 15th, Chief Circuit Judge Kathleen Kroll detailed the history of clerks' operations before computers to the '70s computer system that did not "read" a closed file.
Technology comes into play in the training in a Web-based tool called ECFR, which stands for electronic closed file review.
9) Kit Denton, Closed file (Adelaide: Rigby, 1983), p.
Many NAS vendors offer a closed file system that only attaches to dedicated internal or proprietary storage.