data validation

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data validation

(1) The checking of data for accuracy and/or compliance with applicable standards, rules and conventions.
(2) Any process used to flag inaccurate, incomplete or unreasonable data by means of format checks, completeness checks, check key tests, reasonableness checks and limit checks.
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Experimental results obtained with our key and foreign key validation routines are also good, despite their theoretical complexity: curves grow almost linearly with the size of the processed document.
In this step, validation routines are typically added to ensure that data is correct before passing it through the workflow.
The vulnerability looks relatively innocuous: validation routines for updating data can be bypassed in certain circumstances by the use of carefully crafted input data.
Companies that have begun using Web services have quickly found it is the underlying infrastructure -- workflow rules, validation routines, and the like -- that is more complex than anticipated.
Functional ERP does not allow validation routines based on (Control) organizational business requirements to be introduced without affecting the source code.
The company also provides performance validation software that allows customers to perform regular validation routines for important tests.
In post-processing, special automated dictionaries or data validation routines can greatly reduce the need for subsequent manual cleanup.

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