The active working file of an insurance company that contains all the billing and current status information for each policy.
A file of data which is the principal source of information for a job which is updated or amended as necessary.
A database file, often created manually as needed, that contains static records used to identify items, customers, vendors, bills of material, work centers, etc. as opposed to files used to track the dynamic status of orders and inventory balances.
A file containing all the current data relevant to an application.
A file that is of a permanent nature, or one that contains all sub- files.
A data file composed of records having similar characteristics that rarely change. A good example of a master file would be an employee name and address file that also contains social security numbers and hiring dates.
The permanent source of data for a particular computer application area.
A file maintained by the PX for use in bidding and bid evaluation protocol that contains information on generating units, loads, and other resources eligible to bid into the PX.
a common reference file used by one or more application systems. A code set can be considered as a master file
(computer science) a computer file that is used as the authority in a given job and that is relatively permanent
an ASCII text file containing individual entries
an object representing a physical file
a permanent file of all the data needed by a business
The cleaned (edited) file that the CDC creates after editing the PedNSS or PNSS transaction data file submitted by a contributor.
The non-flattened image file that contains the full image with all corrections and adjustments. The primary purpose of a master file is to create the image we envision using non-destructive techniques whenever possible. Compare to scan and print file.
1. A file that is used as an authority in a given job and that is relatively permanent, even though its contents may change. 2. A collection of permanent information, such as a customer address file.
A main reference file of information, such as the item master file and work center file. See: detail file, item master file.
(1.) A collection of permanent information, such as a customer address file. (2.) A file that is used as an authority in a given job and that is relatively permanent, even though its contents may change.