archival database

archival database

A collection of fixed data (e.g., autopsy reports, death records) which cannot be changed or updated.
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Archival database system development, maintenance and warranty provision.
This time, the CMO has put in place an online public grievance redressal mechanism with searchable archival database, which enhances the transparency and ensures speedy action.
Currently, the electronic archival database contains more than 600,000 records covering a period starting from 1 January 2006 to 30 July 2012.
The only time a subscriber would need to log in would be to search for a story in Employment Law Daily's archival database, with content dating back to June 2008.
Also available on the Web by subscription, as an archival database with back volumes from 1758 to 2007.
You do not need to do any searching on AIDSNEW, since its main purpose is to supply recent news you may never have heard of (and therefore cannot search for)--not to provide an archival database of news.
The extensive archival database generated by IMAGE promises to yield new discoveries and will support investigations by other spacecraft and ground- based observatories for many years.
com now features an unmatched archival database that dates back to its initial launch in early 1996, offering tutorials, tips and reviews that are as relevant and useful to technical teams today as when they were first developed.
An annual Tax Database approach would permit taxpayers to store database records from the DBMS software into an archival database.
as on CADD to provide an archival database of as-built conditions.
CIMbase combines automatic, real-time data collection and analysis with a large-volume historical or archival database to permit comparisons or "overlays" of what's happening now with what has happened over long periods of past production.