control record

control record

[kən′trōl ‚rek·ərd]
(computer science)
A special record added to the end of a file to provide information about the file and the records in it.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The act of inspection and confiscation are documented in the control record, and then a violation notice is issued against the facility," he said.
The team organized Control Record on the seizure of seized materials and handed them over to the Directorate of Combating Explosives as the competent authority.
It must contain a complete record of the history of a police station, besides serving as the control record of all other registers and the Crime Administration System (CAS).
A security control record was also sent to the security authorities with fines amounting to QR9,000.
The Central Administration of Damietta Customs decided to take legal action and released control record for the Ministry of Antiquities.
The partnership excludes the Dew Process and Create Control Record Labels, Dew Process Publishing and its interests in the North Byron Parklands festival site and The Triffid venue in Brisbane.
In fact, according to the FDA's draft guidance entitled Data Integrity and Compliance with cGMP, "workflow, such as creation of an electronic master production and control record, is an intended use of a computer system to be checked through validation.
Questions about his gun control record arose several months after the December 2012 shootings of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.
The CREDO study used a Virtual Control Record methodology to compare groups of students whose academic experience and backgrounds were practically identical, except for the fact that some attended a charter, and others a traditional public school.
RIM 360[degrees] has the capabilities to expedite legal hold-reducing penalties and to control record volume, address regulatory requirements to standardize compliance, expedite the legal discovery process by identifying all documents regardless of physical location or format, and use SharePoint's familiar interfaces for ease of implementation.
- Prepare a service log-sheet or similar work control record for each item - Test, maintain, repair, and refurbish all in accordance with manufacturers specified service procedures.
Most allocation models were rather generic and often failed to take into account factors like having a large exposure, but with an excellent loss control record.