entity type

entity type

[′ent·ə·tē ‚tīp]
(computer science)
A particular kind of file in a database, such as an employee, customer, or product file.

entity type

In a database, a particular kind of file; for example, a customer or product file.
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During the definition of an entity type, the entity-specific attributes are defined and then relationship types are analyzed considering the relationships among entities.
A rule that specifies a single attribute name is a "simple uniqueness constraint", requiring that any value of that attribute is associated with only one instance of that entity type.
grouped by entity type and ordered by date"), preview segments (specifying which preview segment are used among those available for the involved entities).
ETS Visual Org also allows tax professionals to choose from a multitude of automatic report layout options, including top-to-bottom, left-to-right, straight connectors, curved and right-angle connectors, and customize the shapes displayed for each entity type.
While an experienced ER modeler might immediately see that an entity type is required to model RoomHourSlot, this step might be challenging to a novice modeler.
Assuming the business is organized as a pass-through entity (basically, any legal entity type besides a C-corporation), you're getting an interest expense deduction--just as you would get for interest on home mortgage debt.
Deals activity examined across geography, entity type, company, financial advisor, phase of development, therapy area, indication, and mechanism of action
Wolters Kluwer's CT Corporation, a leading provider of business formation and legal compliance services, is the first public registered agent to formally offer Benefit Corporation entity type services in its suite of offerings.
Attorneys are used to the site's ready access to key information about businesses, their legal owners and representatives, their articles of organization, their entity type and other data.
She also suggests choosing the right entity type, such as an L.
However, ease of transferability, legal protection, and other factors are affected under each entity type.