Query a search query initiated from the Search Box or a Hyperlink, or a request for Matched Ads initiated by the Ad Code on an Ad Page. Results: Paid Search Results, Hyperlink Results, Domain Match Results, Web Search Results and/or Matched Ads, to the extent included in this Agreement and as appropriate to the context. Search Box: a graphical area in which a user can enter a Query. SO: the Service Order.
Query. For purposes of this Agreement, the Parties agree to fulfill their N-1 carrier responsibilities and perform queries on calls to telephone numbers with portable NXXs. Neither Party shall send un-queried calls to the other Party.
Query. Management System the online database maintained by the Supplier for registering Queries and Complaints from customers. Reasonable and Prudent Operator a person acting in good faith to perform its contractual obligations in compliance with all Applicable Laws, the Licence and Industry Documents and in so doing and in the general conduct of its undertaking, exercising that degree of care, skill, diligence, prudence and foresight which would reasonably and ordinarily be expected from a skilled and experienced material or service provider, as the case may be, engaged in the same type of operation and undertaking in the same or similar locality and under the same or similar circumstances and conditions, and any reference to the standard of a Reasonable and Prudent Operator herein shall be a reference to such degree of care, skill, diligence, prudence and foresight as aforesaid. Re-establishing the meaning given to "Re-establish" in the Uniform Network Code. Registered has the meaning given to it in the Uniform Network Code and “Registration” and “Register” shall be construed accordingly. Regulatory Bodies those government departments and regulatory, statutory and other entities, committees and bodies which, whether under statute, rules, regulations, codes of practice or otherwise, are entitled to regulate, investigate, or influence the matters dealt with in this Agreement or any other affairs of the Authority.
Query. There are many issues can be delivered in query topic. For this point, language of query will be considered. • Technology. Every approach is not always directly related to a technol- ogy. Technology of implementation of approach will be evaluated. • Prototype. Prototype is a method to validate an approach. Availability and domain of prototype will be viewed. From above criteria, table 2.4 shows comparison some approaches on se- mantic mediation for GIS interoperability. From the table, GeoNix has a real implementation, and developed from the beginning for special case in GIS interoperability to solve semantic problem. XXXXXX is general solu- tion and try to adjust for GIS interoperability. SemWeb has similarity with BUSTER, even though level of technology and maturity is little bit behind XXXXXX, because time of development of SemWeb is older around 3 years then BUSTER.
Query. If you create a Portal Container by choosing Create Dashboard from the General tab of the action pane, the Data tab becomes available in the action pane. All queries appear here. Context help for the query appears as a tooltip when you hover the mouse pointer over the query’s name. Similarly, if you entered text in the Help area of the Create Dashboard dialog box, it appears when you hover the mouse pointer over its entry in My Dashboards in the navigation pane.
Query. The basic need of agreement is how to represent the context description of sources. Peer agreement is used to map between local schema (export) and common ontology. To have the agreement, the following components are needed: • A common ontology is stored at the super peer (SP). It will act as pivot or reference point. • Agreement between export schema at provider peer (PP) and common ontology at SP, the agreement is an initial process in interoperability between peers. • Export schema at PP as a representation of local data. The mediator-based interoperability and the components can be seen in gure 4.1. Figure 4.1: Type of Peers & Basic Task
Query. Copying is a fast way of creating a new query. It is also a way to create a modified version of a System query. You can copy any query, including your own User query, a System query, or a query created by another user. You cannot create a copy of a query and give it the same name as another query in your module. If you enter a name that is already in use, an alert icon ( ) is displayed beside the field and the Save button is disabled. To copy a query: NOTE: There is no copy button for a query shown in the Definition pane. Instead, select the New Query button and the Add Query dialog box is displayed. 1 Select Configuration > Definitions in the navigation panel. 2 In the Module List pane, choose the module in which you want to work. If you are creating queries for your own use, choose My Definitions. 3 In the Module Contents pane, click the Queries tab. 4 Click Add. The Add Query dialog box is displayed. 5 Select the Copy an Existing Query tab. 6 From the list, select a module that you want to copy. 7 Click OK. The query definition is displayed. NOTE: To save this as a new query, you are only required to enter a name in the Name field. You can modify the other settings at a later time.
Query. A Query Binding evaluates to a specified value in the data object or list of data objects returned by a query. For example, you can display a list of hosts from a selected data object. A Query has the following properties:
Query processing is based on agreement between the export schema of the request peer and provider peer. The query will directly route to appropriate provider peers without the help of the super peer. This method will reduce the load of the super peer and the impact of super peer failures. Process of agreement is conducted by provider peer as follow: