secondary key

secondary key

[′sek·ən‚der·ē ′kē]
(computer science)
A key that holds the physical location of a record or a portion of a record in a file or database, and provides an alternative means of accessing data. Also known as alternate key.

secondary key

(database)
A candidate key which is not selected as a primary key.
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Asset quality remains a secondary key rating strength for the company.
This time the horn refuses to accept E minor as the secondary key and takes control with a large crescendo and leaping figure to which ends with a cadence in F major in m.
Performance of Cardiff schools in 2011 found marked increases in secondary Key Stages 3 and 4 (GCSE).
Moreover, the B-tree organised table can only be built around one key (typically the primary key), requiting secondary indexes to be built on top to support access by secondary keys. While this arrangement affords fast primary key searches, it degrades access by secondary key still further because of the increased complexity involved in navigating the B-tree organised table over the heap organised table.
Whenever a play goes away, our linebackers are taught to pick up a secondary key.
In the movie domain, we used movie names as a primary key, and as a secondary key, we used a special key constructed by a hand-coded normalization procedure for film names developed for an application of the Information Manifold,(14) another data integration system [Levy et al.
Dual-key access interlocks have a secondary key for "two key in" or "key exchange" conditions, making them suitable for full body access (the second key can be used as a personnel key).
Schmid does not deny that tonal relationships shape arias, but rather than considering the drive to the secondary key and the return to the tonic the primary constituents of form, Schmid seems to regard as the primal urge,, of late eighteenth-century vocal music the need to get to, rest on, and make much of, the form-defining verso tronco at the end of most stanzas.
This secondary key is used at the host and all remote units to encrypt/decrypt data transmissions.
To retract the bolt the primary key must be inserted, turned and trapped in the primary lock, and the secondary key turned and removed from the secondary lock.
Should an engineer or other operator also want to gain entry, they are required to remove and retain the secondary key. The machine can only be restarted once both of these keys have been replaced in the KSE20 unit.
Through careful analysis of Beethoven's use of key symbolism and meaning in primary and secondary keys in songs, vocal and choral music, the author creates a table of Beethoven's affective use of tonality in primary keys (Table 2, p.

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