Definitions for "ROLLUP"
a collection of security patches, critical updates, updates and hotfixes released as a cumulative offering or targeted at a single product component, such as Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) or Microsoft Internet Explorer
rollup - See update rollup.
A cumulative set of hotfixes packaged together for easy deployment. A rollup targets a specific area or component of the product.
The organization of data elements with their reporting structures. It represents both the hierarchy and the method used to consolidate these data elements within the various hierarchal levels.
the purchase of relatively smaller companies in a sector by a rapidly growing company in the same sector. The strategy is to create economies of scale. For example, the movie theater industry underwent significant consolidation in the 1960s and 1970s.
a consolidation of information expressed at one or more particular levels of detail into a higher level of detail
(Getting to Know Oracle8i; search in this book)
One of the Oracle8 operators that can be used in a GROUP BY clause for dimensional analysis. A commonly performed operation in a data warehousing environment, and in producing materialized views, is to show totals at a coarse granularity and then to show subtotals at successively finer levels. ROLLUP produces these results.
Keywords:  macos, apples, feature
a feature seen on Apples MacOS
an automated blog that aggregates (rolls up) a number of different sources