C - Definitions

  • C

    C++

    C++ is an object-oriented programming (OOP) language that is viewed by many as the best language for creating large-scale applications.

  • catalog

    In computing, a catalog is a directory of information about data sets, files, or a database.

  • Collaboration Data Objects (CDO)

    Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) is Microsoft's technology for building messaging or collaboration applications or adding these capabilities to existing applications.

  • columnstore index

    A columnstore index is a type of index used to store, manage and retrieve data stored in a columnar format in a database.

  • comma-separated values file (CSV)

    In computers, a CSV (comma-separated values) file contains the values in a table as a series of ASCII text lines organized so that each column value is separated by a comma from the next column's value and each row starts a new line.

  • Commerce XML (cXML or Commerce Extensible Markup Language)

    Commerce XML (cXML) is a standard for the online exchange of business transaction information in common formats.

  • commit

    A commit is the final step in the successful completion of a previously started database change as part of handling a transaction in a computing system.

  • Community Technology Preview (CTP)

    The Community Technology Preview (CTP) is an early version of a Microsoft product that is released to testers during the software development process. Microsoft releases several CTPs for each product, adding new features, updating pre-existing ones and fixing bugs with each release.

  • contiguity

    Contiguity (from Latin contiguus and contingere, to have contact with) is the state of being in close proximity with or even touching another object.

  • contiguous

    Contiguous describes two or more objects that are adjacent to each other.

  • CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture)

    Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) is an architecture and specification for creating, distributing, and managing distributed program objects in a network.

  • Java container

    In Sun Microsystems' JavaBeans component architecture and in Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM), a container is an application program or subsystem in which the program building block known as a component is run.

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