limit check

limit check

[′lim·ət ‚chek]
(computer science)
A check to determine if a value entered into a computer system is within acceptable minimum and maximum values.
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If it is out of limits, it can be highlighted so that analysts will know right away, at the bench level, if a sample fails the limit check and can take immediate action to either rerun the sample or ensure that all necessary materials are retained to facilitate a proper investigation of the result.
The limit check will look at the new forecast and compare it to the existing plan.
It, in turn, automatically performs preprocessing edits, including ensuring compliance with the PBM's formulary; completing a generic substitution check; dispensing the quantity within limits and performing a day supply limit check; reviewing the average wholesale price; and checking the refill frequency within the limits of the third-party plan in question.
The system then performs a credit limit check against the Accounts Receivable system.
Succumbing to the temptation to consolidate power in the hands of the president, ostensibly to protect his government's authority, could limit checks and balances and restrict space for political opposition, including within his own party.
General controls include controls to limit access, such as passwords or locks, as well as disaster recovery controls; application controls include limiting access to certain programs, as well as automated controls, such as data validity checks and sequence, range, or limit checks. System security is management's responsibility, not strictly the IT department's charge.
Traders may optimize their portfolios based on market movements, but risk managers are monitoring and orchestrating limit checks, quantifying liquidity and funding ratios, and calculating the challenging profitability formulas, such as credit valuation adjustments and funding cost adjustments, as well as debt valuation adjustment and funding cost benefits.
25, 2010, as part of the Fannie's Loan Quality Initiative (LQI), offers multiple data checks that include: DU Compare (comparison of input loan application data with the data used in the most recent Desktop Underwriter[R] [DU] sub-mission); Social Security number checks; occupancy checks; address checks; unit number checks; debt-to-income (DTI) ratio checks; loan limit checks; checks for required delivery fields; and other basic eligibility and data integrity checks.
It is beneficial to have all client documents stored in one location, electronically within the workflow tool.It also helps when relationship managers perform pre-deal limit checks for potential breaches.