A collection of resources that can be accessed to retrieve information.
A storage place for object model interfaces, and implementation [D04760] RUP
A digital "place" for storing and retrieving certificates and other data.
Logical database where meta information about megamodules is located. The repository is filled by the megamodule providers, and is read by the megaprogrammer as well as by the CHAIMS compiler. So far, the repository is a mere text file.
Database of information about source and target applications that includes data elements, inputs, processes, outputs, and relationships between applications.
Generic term for a generalized data dictionary cum database system which acts as a central store for information about systems. IBM leaked stories about its own repository for years but the project ran up against apparently endless problems. The first announcement of a repository product came in September 1989 with the late unlamented Repository Manager/MVS, and was followed by SystemView (September 1990) which also has its own repository (see Resource Object Data Manager). IBM still soldiers on with the concept, most recently with ObjectStore and TeamConnection.
The component for storing software testing project information about test planning, test execution, and defect tracking.
A database system used to store information. In data warehousing and data marts, repositories are most commonly used to store metadata. ()
A storage place for data; could be a database or could be much more
A collection of information about a computing system; a superset of a data dictionary.
A part of the relational database containing information on the database data structure and user authorizations.
A database of Digital Signature Certificates and other relevant information accessible on-line.
A distributed and heterogeneous database of content/metadata that supports open information retrieval protocols.
Electronic store of structured information. [UeB Glossary
A mechanism for encapsulating storage, retrieval, and search behavior which emulates a collection of objects.
1. A store of items that typically are fetched in order to perform some task. Items in a repository (such as a document) would be retrieved in order to be used in their own right. In contrast, data in a database might be used to compute statistics, or to verify access, or retrieve information associated with a triggering event, rather than used as an artifact in their own right. The distinction is not a hard one, however. 2. An information system used to store and access architectural information, relationships among the information elements, and work products [Treasury Enterprise Architecture Framework]. See knowledge base.
a centralized storehouse for all data definitions, data relationships, and other system components, while a database is an organized collection of logically related data
a central place to share metadata
a central place where data is stored and maintained and as such this is where all the jokes that the OAT members love are to be secured
a central place where data is stored andmaintained
a collection of information related to issued certificates stored by the certification authority or another person
a concept of digital library which can be used to store digital objects, both the content and the metadata
a database containing software rather than data
a database file that can hold nodes and links, including
a database of digital items that are managed, preserved and accessible to a wide audience
a database of information about software components that can be reused within other software objects to facilitate software development
a database that contains not only the actual data files, but also the structure of each project you define
a database that is part of the CASE tool
a database that stores, among other things, the universe definitions
a data store composed of a TableCollection that aggregates tables (with associated domains, relationships, and constraints) defined by a standard NGMDB data schema and tables defined by local schema extensions
a digital store of principally research outputs and journal articles, but also potentially a wealth of other information, created by teachers, academics and researchers and made openly available to all who wish to access them
a group of directories for storing shared libraries and application data
an electronic database of certificates, similar to digital yellow pages
an electronic database of certificates -- the equivalent of a digital Yellow Pages
a network-accessible storage system in which digital objects may be stored for possible subsequent access or retrieval
an online database of certificates
a place which stores a group of software programs for download and installation
a set of database tables that must be located in a supported Oracle database accessible to the Oracle Management Server
a set of tables in a database containing state information for the managed environment and information about the management packs
a special facility in which the tissue samples can be preserved and stored for many years
a storage facility that stores high-level nuclear waste deep underground so the waste can not harm or effect people or the environment
a structured store of digital items
a type of library that content creators can utilize to store, search, share, track, and view courses and/or SCO s
A place where something is stored, e.g. a site with all publications originating from Wageningen UR
An Oracle8 database which stores all of the Wireless Edition objects, such as users, groups, adapters, and services.
Technology and services that allow digital objects, or metadata about digital objects, to be maintained and accessed.
Place where system analysts and other developers store documentation about the system.
Database of issued and revoked certificates and certification-related documents, maintained by Unizeto CERTUM, available on-line via the internet.
A tool independent of both DBMS and CASE products designed to collect and organize all analysis and design information regardless of source. Repositories can collect information about the components of the data and process model components developed using the CASE tools, as well as that information collected about non-model Information systems components such as data elements, records, programs, systems, files, and users. Repositories maintain facilities to document attributes, entities and relationships, functions and processes, screens and reports, data flows, data stores, missions, goals, objectives, critical success factors, users and organization structures, and other data and process model components.
An enterprise-wide system to store, maintain, control, and protect definitional information in a manner that facilitates sharing among a user-defined suite of development tools. Information stored in a repository includes data definitions, their interrelationships, application codes, and appropriate management information such as plans, rules, and authorizations.
The repository has the following functionality: At design time, all integration logic defined in iStudio is stored in tables in the repository as metadata. At runtime, the repository provides access to this metadata for an adapter to integrate applications. The repository server is deployed as a stand-alone Java application running outside the database. The repository schema is a set of tables in the Oracle9 AS Infrastructure. Both the repository server and the database are on the hub computer.
A database containing information models that, in conjunction with the executable software, manage the database.
a place where something is deposited or stored
A facility for storing object models, interfaces, and implementations.
A shared database with the complete revision history of all files under version control.
A collection of refs together with an object database containing all objects, which are reachable from the refs, possibly accompanied by meta data from one or more porcelains. A repository can share an object database with other repositories via " alternates".
A system that manages all of the data of an enterprise, including data and process models and other enterprise information. Hence, the data in a repository is much more extensive than that in a data dictionary, which generally defines only the data making up a database.
The database that stores vital information about the managed cluster including: users, nodes, node groups, roles, tools, and authorizations.
"A product or capability offering a single point of definition for all enterprise objects." "A facility for storing descriptions and behaviours of an enterprise's objects, including requirements, policies, processes, data, software libraries, projects, platforms and personnel - with the potential of supporting both software development and operation management." A "CASE Repository [is] a database that contains information used during the applications development process such as object models, data models, function models, data-flow models, system structure models, database schema definitions, user interface specifications and so on. The repository is the key component of a CASE system since it maintains information used during all phases of development."
The OpenSTA Repository is where Scripts, Collectors, Tests and results are stored. The default location is within the OpenSTA program files directory structure. A new Repository is automatically created in this location when you run Commander for the first time. You can create new Repositories and change the Repository path if required. In Commander click Tools Repository Path. Manage the Repository using the Repository Window within Commander.
As opposed to a catalog, this is a system for storing and managing the actual assets. A good DAM system will provide or support several different repository options. Key repository functions include security, access control and back up. Repurpose In the context of DAM this means to find an alternative use for an asset, for example you could use it in a new publication, or you could even sell it. One of the key benefits of a DAM system is that it unlocks the value in your assets by allowing them to be repurpose.
The RMAN metadata about backup and recovery operations on the target database. Either the control file or the recovery catalog can function as the RMAN repository. See Also: recovery catalog
A set of tables in an Oracle database.
A mechanism for storing user information under the control of the user agent.
The subdirectory in the LDAP directory where Cisco IP IVR scripts are stored. You manage Cisco IP IVR scripts with the Repository Manager.
(voir Référentiel) (A) A collection of information. (B) Implementations of a collection of information with data access and control mechanisms, such as research, indexing, stockage, retrieval and security.
Conary stores everything in a distributed repository, instead of in package files. The repository is a network-accessible database that contains files for multiple packages, and multiple versions of these packages, on multiple development branches. Nothing is ever removed from the repository once it has been added
is a facility for storing descriptions and behaviours of objects within an organisation, and is a single point of access for definitions on all system resources.
The storage container for the meta data used by Analysis Services. Meta data is stored in tables in a relational database and is used to define the parameters and properties of Analysis server objects.
The entity (which could be the CA or another entity) which maintains the database of certification which is made accessible to users including the relying parties.
A site (or several sites) with the ability to store files and retrieve them in a structured way either by searching or browsing.
a generic term used to denote any logically centralized database capable of storing information and disseminating that information when requested to do so
A mechanism for storing any information about the definition of a system at any point in its life-cycle. Repository services would typically be provided for extensibility, recovery, integrity, naming standards, and a wide variety of other management functions.
A system to store and allow access to digital objects.
A database of information about objects and components. Synonyms include library and encyclopedia.
A central location where artifacts are stored. A repository could be a set of binders for paper based artifacts. Electronic repositories can be file systems, databases, collections of XML files, etc.
The core of Subversion is a Repository. It is a centralized system to store and share data. The repository stores information in the form of a set of trees and branches, a hierarchy of directories and files. Any number of clients can connect to the repository and read or write to these files.
The set of database objects, in any schema, that are mapped to path names. There is one root to the repository ("/") which contains a set of resources, each with a path name.
A schema in an Oracle database that stores the data associated with each Oracle Expert tuning session.
An online system maintained by a Certification Authority for storing and retrieving Certificates and other information relevant to Certificates and Digital Signatures.
A computer system used to store digital library collections and disseminate them to users.
Contains metadata, or information about data or components (e.g., federated data definitions, data aliases, where OLTP and OLAP data can be found, information about reusable and shareable components, etc.). The repository serves as a primary data warehouse administration tool and helps promote data and component reusability, reliability, and sharing across the enterprise.
Place to persistently store metadata. A database for metadata.
A database that contains information regarding certificates.
A repository is a central place where data is stored and maintained.
A repository in publishing, and especially in academic publishing, is a real or virtual facility for the deposit of academic publications, such as academic journal articles.