error report

error report

[′er·ər ri‚pȯrt]
(computer science)
A list produced by a computer showing the error conditions, such as overflows and errors resulting from incorrect or unmatched data, that are generated during program execution.
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One domain name, which had been pending deletion before submission to ICANN, was terminated after GAO submitted the error report.
Error report forms should be designed to be completed in a small amount of time preferably 5 minutes or less.
IF you are fed up with the supposed ``infallible'' operating system, (Windows XP), asking if you wish to send an error report back to Microsoft everytime it crashes, then follow this tip, and switch off this so called ``feature''.
There is no need to wait for the QA team to enter the report into a log; the person who submits the error report simultaneously enters it into an error report database while creating the report in the DAP reporting system.
This automates payment posting to the proper claim line amount and produces an error report of all discrepancies.
An error report is generated for each check and includes explanations for each error, suggestions for corrections, and a summary of the total number and types of each error.
Testing and maintenance processes are often hard going because error reports are incomplete or incorrect due to human error.
The error reports contain in them wealth of information on the specific PC.
Please send error reports to me at the e-mail address below.
It also made it easier for the individual or manager to be accountable for following up on error reports (5).
Pennsylvania ambulatory surgery facilities (ASFs) submitted 502 medication error reports to the Authority from June 28, 2004, through December 31, 2010.