is an event or happening that changes financial position and/or earnings.
A business event that generates or modifies data stored in an information system.
A single business event including the associated data and the underlying processes and triggers.
Business events or information grouped together because they have a single or similar purpose. Typically, a transaction is applied to a calculation or event that then results in the updating of a holding or master file.
Recording of a material movement or an adjustment event that impacts on a stock position.
Individual event (such as receipts, issues, and transfers) reported to the computer system. A group of one or more message fields. A transaction is made up of a header and a group of fields. For example, a work order transaction might have a transaction type and three fields consisting of a work order number, part number, and due date.
A procedural event in a system that prompts manual or computer-based activity.
An event or condition which is recorded in the accounting records in monetary terms.
The economic operation or an event that is reflected in accounting.
Any event, external or internal, that is recognized in a set of financial statements.
A sequence of Apple events sent back and forth between the client and server applications, beginning with the client's initial request for a service. All Apple events that are part of one transaction must have the same transaction ID.
A time-framed event occurring in the toll lane representing either a cash or electronic toll. The transaction is identified by all or a combination of the following parameters; location, time, date, vehicle class, vehicle ID, toll amount, etc.