Definitions for "Rollback"
Keywords:  undo, uruguay, gatt, revert, standstill
Undoing a change in such a way that the net effect is that no change in the state of an application or its data can be perceived. In the context of DBMS, this means to abandon a transaction and restore the previous state of the database. In the context of exception handling, this is normally a requirement of cleanup after an exception has occurred. See also: transaction  commit  leave  cleanup
Rollback refers to an agreement among Uruguay Round participants to dismantle all trade-restrictive or distorting measures that are inconsistent with the provisions of the GATT. Measures subject to rollback would be phased out or brought into conformity within an agreed timeframe, no later than by the formal completion of the negotiations. The rollback agreement is accompanied by a commitment to "standstill" on existing trade-restrictive measures. Rollback is also used as a reference to the imposition of quantitative restrictions at levels less than those occurring in the present. See: Standstill.
Allows changes and updates that have not been committed to return to the previous state.
Keywords:  coaster, launch, vab, launcher, atop
term used when the Space Shuttle must be rolled back from the launch pad atop the Mobile Launcher Platform and Crawler-Transporter to the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB). A variety of factors can require a rollback, ranging from the threat of severe weather to the need for flight hardware repairs that cannot be performed at the launch pad.
Term used when a coaster fails to complete it's circuit, usually by failing to clear a hill, inversion, or high zone, and gets stuck part-way around.
A rollback occurs on a launched roller coaster when the train is not launched fast enough to reach the top of the tower. It will roll backwards down the tower, and will be stopped by brakes on the launch track. Any roller coaster on which a rollback can possibly occur will have these brakes.
A DB2 operation that terminates a unit of work and backs out all changes that have been made.
From an application or inquiry form, clears all information and returns you to the key block area. Rollback is a standard button and appears on forms. From validation forms, rollback will return you to the first enterable field on the calling form.
A programmed return to a prior checkpoint or rerun point.
Light cattle usually sell for a higher price than heavier cattle due to their lower body maintenance. The price spread between light and heavy cattle is called the rollback. See also Value of Gain.
A 10% property tax reduction given on every parcel. Schools and other agencies are reimbursed by the state for all rollback amounts.
A limitation on annual assessed value increases or a reduction in the amount of property tax paid.
Keywords:  enemy, withdraw, forcing, act
the act of forcing the enemy to withdraw
Keywords:  see
see Rollback