Definitions for "Dirty Data"
Data that has been written by the application, but the file system has cached it in memory so it has not yet been written to disk.
A common problem found in applications that employ databases. Dirty data may include incorrect or missing data values, and duplicate records, which can lead to problems such as inaccurate queries and reports. Dirty data may be the caused by badly managed data imports, poor entry standards for end users, poor coding or customization of the CRM system. When implementing a CRM system, one critical component is to ensure that your existing data is cleansed and properly migrated to the new system.
Inconsistent, missing, incomplete, or erroneous data. Source data often contains a high percentage of "dirty" data.
Keywords:  dirxml