To load a file from a diskette or hard drive. (WP, Gr. 3)
the taking the product out of the storage system and returning it to the entry/exit cabins
vb. To obtain a specific requested item or set of data by locating it and returning it to a program or to the user. Computers can retrieve information from any source of storage—disks, tapes, or memory.
To load a file from a diskette, hard drive or other storage device.
To copy archived information from the storage pool to the workstation for use. The archive copy in the storage pool is not affected by the retrieve operation. Contrast with archive.
To access, or open, a file of stored data or information.
To extract data from a file or files.
The process of copying an archived copy of a file from ADSM storage to a local file system. You can retrieve a file to its original location or a new location.
A function permitting users to copy an archived file from the storage pool to the workstation or file server. The archive copy in the storage pool is not affected. Contrast with archive.