Mary and Jeff Bell Library -- Distance Learning FAQ
A database is a collection of data organized especially for rapid search and retrieval (as by a computer). [Merrian-Webster's Online Dictionary] Some specific examples of databases accessed through the Bell Library include Academic Search Premier, ArticleFirst, PsycINFO, and TOPICsearch, which can be found on the library's Databases Web page.
Texas Cancer Information - Frequently Asked Questions
In most cases, you will click on the database you wish to search (physicians, hospitals, etc.). You will then be taken to a page containing a form. Fill out the form by selecting the Texas Region in which you are interested (Texas, county, etc.). If you have chosen a region other than Texas, select the number or name of your region or county from the associated drop down list or enter the city, name, or zip code as appropriate in the associated text box (Dallas, 77030, Jones, etc.).
The Child Project™ - FAQ
The Nation’s Missing Children Organization & Center for Missing Adults (NMCO), a nationally certified 501 (c) nonprofit agency headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona will be in charge of the national database for all enrolled children and adults. For more information about NMCO and its programs, please visit the website at www.nmco.org .
Domain Name Systems - FAQS - Frequently asked questions
The shared database is the database which contains information on your registration. All authorized registrars have access to this database. It tells us if your requested name is available amongst other things. Back to top
Yes you can do this, and it is a good idea if you don't keep copies of the mail that you have trained. This way, if your database becomes corrupted, you will be able to recover without losing all your data (if you do keep copies of mail that you train, you can simply recreate the database via the SpamBayes manager dialog). To backup the databases, all you need to do is make a copy of the directory that SpamBayes keeps its data in.
FTC Informal Interpretations - Frequently Asked Questions (F...
The web page is updated with new letters monthly. If you recently sent in a letter, it should appear within four to six weeks. If you submitted a letter some time ago and it isn't here, please notify the Premerger Office. E-mailing an electronic version of your letter to the PNO will help us post the letter here more quickly.
Use the backup function available via the Admin Tool. Refer to the Technical Manual, Chapter 3.1.8 Backing Up a Handle Server.
Alexsys Team 2 - Frequently Asked Questions
If you installed Team on a PC and then decided that you want to move your database to a different PC or server, all you have to do is: