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/re·pos·i·to·ry/ (-poz´ĭ-tor-e) a place where something is stored, in pharmacology referring to the injection, usually intramuscularly, of a long-acting drug, which is slowly absorbed and is therefore prolonged in its action.

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n long-acting drugs, usually administered intramuscularly. See also medication, repository.
repository, rapid,
n mixtures of rapid-acting and slow-acting drugs, usually administered intramuscularly.
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Rich UI allowing full management of repositories and contents, including deleting artifacts and uploading artifacts directly -- Full REST APIs -- Repository RSS feeds for recently deployed and cached artifacts and RSS Feeds of new artifacts, system changes, etc.
It allows an OAI repository to list other confederate repositories that may be of interest to a harvester.
Finally, requests to manually add repositories to the registry are accepted.
Having the data available in these public repositories in a standardized format will not only make it more accessible, but it will allow expression data to be integrated with other relevant data, including the available genome sequences, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) and haplotype mapping information, the literature, and other resources that can aid in further interpretation of expression patterns.
We are pleased to offer commercial support and services for Apache Jackrabbit, providing customers with an open source alternative to proprietary legacy repositories.
MasterControl Document Connections[TM] enables companies to complement their repositories with MasterControl Training to help ensure regulatory compliance, promote efficiency, and keep training documentation always ready for FDA inspections and ISO audits.
Middleware and service-oriented architecture (SOA) technology to integrate content repositories at the application layer
The next version of the standard will help to further improve the interoperability of content applications and content repositories.
1 truly brings customers to the next evolutionary stage of content management - giving them a standardized content infrastructure and unlocking their proprietary legacy repositories," said David Nuescheler, chief technology officer, Day Software.
1 introduces new enterprise-class support for centralized audit repositories.
Day continues to play a leadership role in developing JSR 170 because we understand the profound impact that content repositories are having on the software infrastructure of global enterprises," said David Nuescheler, CTO of Day Software.
Day's connectors efficiently and easily leverage a company's most valuable assets, including information about the business, processes, products, customers, and documents that reside in proprietary repositories.