duplicate record

duplicate record

[′düp·lə·kət ′rek·ərd]
(computer science)
An unwanted record that has the same key as another record in the same file.
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Upon manual entry of data, either through the web or using the CRM data-entry user interface (UI), CleanEnter provides search functionality that notifies users if they are about to enter a duplicate record.
Then, a rule based approach is used to identify or detect duplicates and to eliminate poor quality duplicates by retaining only one copy of the best duplicate record.
As an accounting feature, a duplicate record of activity is printed on a tape and a numerator panel indicates the number of tickets sold to each of the 50 destinations as well as the number sold to miscellaneous less active destinations.
50 client the tedium of at least first-pass consolidation and duplicate record elimination, is unquestionably attractive, and it seems likely that users who need such capabilities will be willing to pay some performance penalty for them.
Duplicate record detection--This allows libraries to merge duplicate records from a cross-database search.
New features include Web-based record creation, vocabulary-assisted searching, merged results sets, duplicate record detection, more starter interface options, and online updates.