logical file

logical file

[′läj·ə·kəl ′fīl]
(computer science)
A file as seen by the program accessing it.
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La complejidad de una funcion de usuario se determina utilizando la tabla de la complejidad de cada tipo, y depende del numero de elementos de datos--Number of Data Elements, DET--y el numero de tipos de archivos logicos referenciados--Number of Logical File Types Referenced, FTR--e identificados en la funcion de usuario.
Text search allows searches for keywords and phrases in any logical file, including nonpassword-protected zipped files.
An appendix discusses currency conversion, logical file names and paths, the SAP transport system, and metadata content.
Employees must have a logical file structure with clear guidelines including record retention and parameters of how, where and for how long data should be stored.
The data grid provides its own naming conventions to describe the logical storage location, the logical file name, the metadata attributes, the distinguished names for the archivists, and the control and consistency mechanisms.
For someone who has spent years building up a logical file system with many different branches and sub-folders, it can be a pain in the neck.
This software can search for particular keywords in the logical file structure, as well as in deleted files and file slack (more on this later).
The software supports logical file system formats including XA, Macintosh, and Rock Ridge extensions.
This is revolutionary pricing, especially if you consider that the software supports almost all physical formats except MMCD (for the palmtop Sony player) and all the conceivable logical file formats; the hardware specifications are equally impressive (1 MB buffer, SCSI-II interface, multi-session recording).
based High Sierra Group developing logical file format standards.
* Layout of Logical Files Used by SQL Server Databases
Logical Files. These files are with unique global name but may be more than physical existences.

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