late binding

late binding

[¦lāt ′bīnd·iŋ]
(computer science)
The assignment of data types (such as integer or string) to variables at the time of execution of a computer program, rather than during the compilation phase.
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Late binding from a grouping of complementary assets within the IMF container means that IMF is as beneficial for delivery as it is for storage.
Ask your information security manager if he or she has a position on early binding versus late binding and see how quickly he or she can come up with a cover story.
The likely intent here corresponds to late binding of the term "the
New security options, including early and late binding, enable search across the enterprise for quick and easy access to all relevant information within user security profiles.
Dynamic late binding permits full portability of Smalltalk applications, with the choice of the best implementation scenario based on the performance characteristics of an individual machine or the network of interacting machines on which the Smalltalk application is to execute.
0 now supports both early and late binding, so search results can be screened according to company security policies.
Secure interoperability - New security options, including early- and late binding, enable search across the enterprise for quick and easy access to all relevant information within user security profiles.
In the case of HLS, late binding is not really possible, thanks in no small part to the MPEG-2 Transport Stream (M2TS) heritage of HLS.
Since SOA services are late binding by nature - with services coming together in production to deliver their combined functionality, business teams often give up on test automation - and only "acceptance test" against live applications, when they are available," said John Michelsen, founder and Chief Scientist, iTKO.
Late binding of external data sources capabilities allow changes at any time throughout the development and deployment cycle