Data Log definition

Data Log means a complete record of all Data Interchanged representing the Messages and their Associated Data between the parties;
Data Log means a complete and chronologically sequential record, automatically generated, of all the Messages sent and received by a party and maintained in accordance with the rules stipulated in the User Manual;

Examples of Data Log in a sentence

  • Each party shall maintain a Data Log or shall cause an intermediary to maintain a Data Log recording all Messages and Associated Data as sent and received without modification.

  • In the event that a party has destroyed its Data Log, the other party shall have no obligation to furnish it with any information recorded in its Data Log.

  • Each party shall be responsible for making such arrangements as may be necessary for the Data contained in its Data Log to be prepared as a correct record of the Messages and Associated Data as sent or received by that party.

  • Results for all three parameters as well as the applicable ammonia standard and the calculated Ammonia Impact Ratio shall be recorded on the Ammonia Data Log provided in Appendix B.

  • When sampling for ammonia, temperature and pH must be determined concurrently and the results recorded on the Ammonia Data Log provided in Appendix C.

  • The Message Data Log may be maintained on computer media or other suitable means provided that, if it is necessary to do so, the data must be capable of being readily retrieved and presented in human readable form.

  • Data contained in the Message Data Log shall be retained by way of record for a period of not less than twelve (12) months.

  • If the recipient has reason to believe that a Message is not intended for it, it should take reasonable action to inform the sender and should delete the information contained in such a Message from its system apart from the Message Data Log.

  • If the recipient has reason to believe that a message is not intended for it, it should take reasonable action to inform the sender and should delete the information contained in such a message from its system apart from the Message Data Log.

  • The parties shall maintain (without modification) a Message Data Log including details of times of transmission and examination of the Intermediary Service mailbox.


More Definitions of Data Log

Data Log means the complete record of data exchanged and represents all of the Messages sent and received by each Party.
Data Log. The complete record of data interchanged representing the Messages between NIG and the Intermediary.
Data Log means the complete record of data interchanged between the parties that will include the full audit trail of the interchanges as well as the actual interchange containing the messages formatted according to the user manual;
Data Log. The complete record of data interchanged representing the Messages between TRACKER and the Broker. The ‘master version’ of which shall be maintained by TRACKER.
Data Log means a complete and chronologically equential record, automatically generated, of all the Messages sent
Data Log means a complete record of the Messages between you and us and vice-versa;

Related to Data Log

  • Network Data Mover (NDM) or “Connect Direct” means the industry standard protocol for transferring information electrically.

  • Data Site means an electronic password protected data site maintained by the Borrower (or by the Collateral Manager on behalf of Borrower) at Merrill Corporation, Intralinks, SyndTrak Online or any other similar electronic distribution system reasonably acceptable to the Administrative Agent.

  • Data set means a collection of individual data records, whether in electronic or manual files.

  • Data Access Services has the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 6.1 hereof.

  • Data Use Agreement means the agreement incorporated into the Contract to facilitate creation, receipt, maintenance, use, disclosure or access to Confidential Information.

  • Data File means a single record or collection of data records that are logically related to each other, and are handled as a unit;

  • Catalog means the available list of tangible personal property or services, in the most current listing, regardless of date, during the life of the contract, that takes the form of a catalog, price list, schedule, shelf price or other form that:

  • Data Processing Addendum means Sprinklr’s Data Processing Addendum, located at www.sprinklr.com/legal

  • End User Data means personal data, (including sensitive personal data) of End Users (including prospective End Users) that the Communications Provider provides or makes available to BT for the purposes of this Contract;

  • Computer database or “database” means a collection of recorded information in a form capable of, and for the purpose of, being stored in, processed, and operated on by a computer. The term does not include computer software.

  • Client Software means software that allows a Device to access or utilize the services or functionality provided by the Server Software.

  • Customer Proprietary Network Information (“CPNI”) is as defined in the Act.

  • Data Processing Equipment means any equipment, computer hardware, or computer software (and the lease or licensing agreements related thereto) other than Personal Computers, owned or leased by the Failed Bank at Bank Closing, which is, was, or could have been used by the Failed Bank in connection with data processing activities.

  • Digital Cross Connect System or "DCS" is a function which provides automated Cross Connection of Digital Signal Level 0 (DS0) or higher transmission bit rate digital channels within physical interface facilities. Types of DCS include but are not limited to DCS 1/0s, DCS 3/1s, and DCS 3/3s, where the nomenclature 1/0 denotes interfaces typically at the DS1 rate or greater with Cross Connection typically at the DS0 rate. This same nomenclature, at the appropriate rate substitution, extends to the other types of DCS specifically cited as 3/1 and 3/3. Types of DCS that cross connect Synchronous Transport Signal level 1 (STS-1 s) or other Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) signals (e.g., STS-3) are also DCS, although not denoted by this same type of nomenclature. DCS may provide the functionality of more than one of the aforementioned DCS types (e.g., DCS 3/3/1 which combines functionality of DCS 3/3 and DCS 3/1). For such DCS, the requirements will be, at least, the aggregation of requirements on the "component" DCS. In locations where automated Cross Connection capability does not exist, DCS will be defined as the combination of the functionality provided by a Digital Signal Cross Connect (DSX) or Light Guide Cross Connect (LGX) patch panels and D4 channel banks or other DS0 and above multiplexing equipment used to provide the function of a manual Cross Connection. Interconnection is between a DSX or LGX to a Switch, another Cross Connection, or other service platform device.

  • Computer network means the interconnection of hardwire or wireless communication lines with a computer through remote terminals, or a complex consisting of 2 or more interconnected computers.

  • Data Processing Agreement shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.4.

  • computer data means any representation of facts, information or concepts in a form suitable for processing in a computer system, including a program suitable to cause a computer system to perform a function;

  • Customer User means an employee of Customer, a Customer Affiliate or Business Partner.

  • End User Agreement means any agreement that Eligible Users are required to sign in order to participate in this Contract, including an end user agreement, customer agreement, memorandum of understanding, statement of work, lease agreement, service level agreement, or any other named separate agreement.

  • CD means Custom Duty

  • Voice over internet protocol service means any service that:

  • Customer Software means software which is owned by or licensed to the Customer, including Specially Written Software and Assigned Software and software which is or will be used by the Supplier for the purposes of providing the Services but excluding the Supplier Software;

  • Commercial Software means Software developed or regularly used that: (i) has been sold, leased, or licensed to the general public; (ii) has been offered for sale, lease, or license to the general public; (iii) has not been offered, sold, leased, or licensed to the public but will be available for commercial sale, lease, or license in time to satisfy the delivery requirements of this Contract; or (iv) satisfies a criterion expressed in (i), (ii), or (iii) above and would require only minor modifications to meet the requirements of this Contract.

  • Brand Name Specification means a specification limited to one or more items by manufacturers’ names or catalogue number.

  • Download means copying data from one computer system (for example a backend server) to another (for example a vehicle).