logical record

logical record

[′läj·ə·kəl ′rek·ərd]
(computer science)
A group of adjacent, logically related data items.

logical record

A reference to a data record that is independent of its physical location. It may be physically stored in two or more locations.
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Fixed, variable, and undefined-length files with any valid logical record length (LRECL) are supported by FILEGARD.
On an on-site or outsourced basis, it maps multiple prices and meta-data for a single instrument on to one logical record helping enhance MiFID compliance reporting capabilities.
The Forward key advances to the next logical record, while the Back key returns through screens already viewed in logical order.
Another significant upgrade to Adabas 2006 is the addition of support for logical records exceeding 32 KB, (called spanned records), which eliminates virtually all practical limits on record size.