In Germany, pale lager that is dryer than the Munich type but less hoppy than a pilsner and slightly stronger than either. Good with salads, fish, or chicken. Serve at 48F; 8-9C. Elsewhere, the term means simply, "premium".
Export is a gold colored lager beer that is dryer than a Munich style lager. It tastes less of hops than a Pilsner, and is stronger flavored than either one. It was originally produced in Dortmund and is sometimes known simply as "Dort".
To save your production to a file or to an external video device. Premiere can export both individual clips and entire productions on the Timeline to a variety of disk and Web media file formats. See also import.
To send information from one program or system to another. To save data in a form that another program can read. This may be in a format other than the format of the application in which it was created (e.g., WordPerfect to Microsoft Word, or from a word processor to a spreadsheet). Many word processing and graphics programs can export files in several different formats. Files consisting only of text can be exported in ASCII. However, in the case of files containing graphics, the receiving program or system must offer support for the format of the file to be exported. The exporting process is a form of conversion. Consequently, it always involves the possibility of loss of image quality or text formatting. See also ASCII FORMAT IMPORT
Facility that lets you move schemas, filters, active links, menus, administrator commands, and mail templates to a file. Exporting is useful if you want to share schemas with another server or generate mail templates.
In Project Builder, the process of writing out a file containing project, type, action, and/or macro definitions in a portable format for distribution to others who may work on heterogeneous platforms. See also: export file, import.
To copy administrator definitions, client node definitions, policy definitions, server control information or file data to external media, or directly to another server. Used to move or copy information between servers.
The transport of data out of an application. Typically, this will involve translation from the internal format of the application to a variety of alternate formats that may be used by other programs as input. (see also Import)
To convert a file from its native format to another format so that it can be read by a different program. For example, if you have written a letter in Microsoft Word and want to give it to a friend who uses a Word Perfect for Windows, you need to export the Word document to a Word Perfect format file using the File/Save As option in Word
In Network File System (NFS), to make file systems on a server available to remote clients. In the Application Development Manager feature of the Application Development ToolSet licensed program, to copy a single part or the components of an application from an Application Development Manager project into a particular AS/400 library. An external symbol defined in a module or service program that is available for use by other modules or programs. See also external symbol. Contrast with import. In DCE Remote Procedure Call (RPC), to place the server binding information associated with an RPC interface or a list of object Universal Unique Identifiers (UUIDs) or both into an entry in a name service database. In the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE), to provide access information for an RPC interface. Contrast with unexport. In VisualAge RPG, a function that converts an internal file to some standard file format for use outside of an application.
To format data in such a way that it can be used by another application. An application that can export data can create a file in a format that another application understands, enabling the two programs to share the same data. The two programs might be different types of word processors, or one could be a word processor while the other could be a database management system. Internet.com/Webopedia.com
The act of sending a file out through a specialized mini-application, to print, compress, or to a specialized file format. With digital cameras the process of copying the digital photos from the digital camera to the computer is exporting the digital photo files from the camera to the computer.
The extraction of logical data (that is, not physical files) from a database into a binary file using the Oracle export utility. You can then use the Oracle import utility to import the data into a database. See Also: logical backups
To export means to pull data from a program and save it into a data file. The data from the exported file can then be viewed separately from the file it was extracted from, or the exported file is imported into another program.
Command on the Action menu used to export records from WorldCat or the Authority File to your local system. You can export to a file, a communications or printer (LPT) port, a communications connection (asynchronous or TCP/IP), or an OCLC Gateway connection to a local system. (Unavailable for workforms.)
(1) A command or action that causes a displayed record to be converted to OCLC-MARC communications format and output to a file on a workstation or an OCLC server. Records in the export file can be loaded into a library's local system. (2) Downloading a record from WorldCat.
The act of sending a file out through a specialized mini-application or plug-in so as to print or compress it. The term is also used to describe the action of saving the data to a specialized file format, i.e. JPEG, or GIF89a.
To export data is to format it differently so that it can be read by a different application. For instance, if you were changing from a Filemaker to an Access database, you would want to export your data from Filemaker, and import it into Access. Source: TechSoup.org
You can export events from any calendar you create in Trumba Connect so you can import these events into a calendar created in another program. When you export, you can choose between two file formats, ICS (iCalendar) or CSV (Comma Separated Values). See Export calendars to learn more about which format to use when. To export a calendar, click Export this calendar in the Calendar Tasks list.
Water diverted from a river system or basin other than by the natural outflow of streams, rivers and ground water, into another hydrologic basin. The means by which it is exported is sometimes called a transbasin diversion.
An action that copies a file from the Change Manager repository to another system on the network or to a directory outside the repository. The files that can be exported from the Change Manager repository are: Solaris Flash archives, shared profiles, manifests, audit rules files, and reports.
To send data in digital format from one application or computer system to another. For example, bibliographic records retrieved from an online catalog or database can be exported to an e-mail address or storage medium (usually a floppy disk). The export process may require the conversion of data into a format compatible with the receiving (Importing) application or system. Contact the AMI desk with any questions at 301-295-3358.
vb. To move information from one system or program to another. Files that consist only of text can be exported in ASCII (plain text format). For files with graphics, however, the receiving system or program must offer some support for the exported file's format. See also EPS, PICT, TIFF. Compare import.
To carry or send abroad, or out of a country, especially to foreign countries, as merchandise or commodities in the way of commerce; -- the opposite of import; as, to export grain, cotton, cattle, goods, etc.
A good that crosses out of a country's border for commercial purposes. A product, which might be a service, that is provided to foreigners by a domestic producer. To cause a good or service to be an export under definitions 1 and/or 2.
To depart from, to send from, to ship from, or to carry out of, or attempt to depart from, send from, ship from, or carry out of, or to consign to a carrier in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States with an intended destination of any place not subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.
In economics, an export is any good or commodity, transported from one country to another country in a legitimate fashion, typically for use in trade. Export is an important part of international trade. Its counterpart is import.
An external file containing a VHost scene or show. No longer connected to the servers at Oddcast, exports can be hosted on private, third-party servers, or published on CD ROMs. This premium feature is available in VHost Studio only.
Process of selecting required documents, to be placed in the Export List, for the purpose of downloading or viewing at a later date (whilst you are still logged on, in your current session, to the Mintel Web site). Export Basket - Temporary store of exported documents displayed. Documents listed here can be viewed or downloaded individually. To View documents placed in the Export Basket, click on the icon.