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database

noun catalogue, computer base of inforration, computer file, computer storage, memory Generally: cyberspace, record, records, registry
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Netrics' software products enable organizations to find and accurately identify database records or any type of data the first time, every time--even when the match is not exact.
Capabilities such as sophisticated user access controls, the ability to "rollback" database record changes to those records entered before a system crash, and strong records locking capabilities to prevent one user overwriting the records entered by another user are important.
Netrics is the world's leading innovator and provider of intelligent database record matching software, built on patented fourth-generation technologies.
With Dave's addition to the team, Netrics is positioned for continued growth in 2007, driven by strong customer demand for our scalable, flexible, error-tolerant database-independent software that intelligently matches database records with unparalleled speed and accuracy.
Customized reports can be designed to meet a company's unique needs: Individual Database Records for project review and Summarial Reports of markets, chain scales and brands for Strategic Planning and Forecasting.
RelationServe Media believes that it has the industry's largest and most accurate database for appending and enhancing customer database records with information on more than 85 million opt-in consumers.
Contract award: Updating and verification of database records, streets and addresses.
The contract is the establishment of a geodetic database records of public utilities (gesut) and databases of topographic objects (bdot 500) in the city of szczecin in the system sip geo-info 6
They also can download an Excel file of FEI's database records for their chapter; update and edit online chapter profiles; and blast e-mail to chapter members.
Additionally, it could have caused computers to erase old database records because ``9999'' also had been used as a file expiration date, experts said.
TimesTen says that the ability to process 65,000 database records a second enables e-commerce applications to make personalized purchase recommendations on the fly.
Text passages within database records provide the raw material that suggests or points to underlying linkages (such as A-B and B-C above) between separately published scientific findings or arguments.