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Whаt Iѕ A Cоdе Sniрреt?

  Whаt Iѕ A Cоdе Sniрреt? Thе code ѕniрреt iѕ a tеrm uѕеd in рrоgrаmming tо rеfеr tо ѕmаll раrtѕ оf reusable source соdеѕ. Suсh kinds оf соdеѕ аrе аvаilаblе both in binary оr tеxt context. Cоdе ѕniрреtѕ are commonly dеfinеd аѕ unitѕ or funсtiоnаl mеthоdѕ thаt can bе rеаdilу intеgrаtеd intо larger modules рrоviding functionality. Thiѕ technical tеrm iѕ аlѕо uѕеd to refer tо the рrасtiсе оf minimizing thе uѕе of repeated code thаt iѕ common to many applications. Java рrоgrаmmеrѕ use соdе ѕniрреtѕ аѕ an informative mean tо ѕuрроrt the рrосеѕѕ оf еnсоding. Normally, a ѕniрреt shows an

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Databases – What is ACID?

What does ACID mean in database technologies? Concerning databases, the acronym ACID means: Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability. Why is ACID important? Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability (ACID) are import to database, because ACID is a set of properties that guarantee that database transactions are processed reliably. Where is the ACID Concept described? Originally described by Theo Haerder and Andreas Reuter, 1983, in ‘Principles of Transaction-Oriented Database Recovery’, the ACID concept has been codified in ISO/IEC 10026-1:1992, Section 4 What is Atomicity? Atomicity ensures that only two possible results from transactions, which are changing multiple data sets: either the entire

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Database – What is TCL?

TCL (Transaction Control Language) statements are used to manage the changes made by DML statements. It allows statements to be grouped together into logical transactions. The main TCL commands are: COMMIT SAVEPOINT ROLLBACK SET TRANSACTION Related References Database Table Field Ordering Effective Practices Structured Query Language (SQL) Tuning What is DDL? What is DML? What is DCL?  

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What is Process Asset Library?

  What is Process Asset Library (PAL)? Process Asset Library (PAL) is a centralized repository, within an organization, which contains essential artifacts that document processes or are process assets (e.g. configuration Items and designs) used by an organization, project, team, and/or work group.  The assets may, also, be leveraged to achieve process improvement, which is the intent of lessons learned document, for example. What is in the Process Asset Library (PAL)? Process Asset Library (PAL), usually, houses of the following types of artifacts: Organizational policies Process descriptions Procedures Development plans Acquisition plans Quality assurance plans Training materials Process aids (e.g.

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What is an ERP?

What does ERP mean? ERP Means “Enterprise Resource Planning” What is an ERP? An ERP is business software application or series of applications, which facilitate the daily operations of business. An ERP an be commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) applications (which may or may not be customized) or custom built (home grown) by the business and/or assemblages of different vendor applications and/or models.  ERP applications dules from a variety of vendors. Common ERP Major Functions ERP application software typically support these major business operations: Financials Management system (FMS) FMS supports accounting, consolidation, planning, and procurement. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) CRM facilitates customer interactions and

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