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Definition of Rdo

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application interface that enables fast access to relational databases (Computers)
Rdo Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
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remote data objects (db)
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Australian Slang
rostered day off
Rdo Definition from Business & Finance Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Rdo Definition from Government Dictionaries & Glossaries
DOD Joint Acronyms and Abbreviations
request for deployment order
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Rdo Definition from Computer & Internet Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Remote Data Object
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Remote Data Object
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Remote Data Object
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Remote Data Objects (RDO)

Provide an information model for accessing remote data sources through ODBC. RDO offers a set of objects that make it easy to connect to a database, execute queries and stored procedures, manipulate results, and commit changes to the server.
Rdo Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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RDO may stand for:
  • Radio Dom Ostankino, Russian broadcaster and member of the European Broadcasting Union
  • Radom Airport, Poland, IATA code
  • Ranidel de Ocampo (born 1981), Filipino basketball player
  • Raster Document Object (.rdo), a file format used in print on demand systems manufactured by Xerox
  • Rate–distortion optimization, a decision algorithm used in video compression
  • Remote Data Objects, a deprecated Microsoft technology
  • Red Hat Distribution of OpenStack, a community-supported distribution of OpenStack launched by Red Hat in 2013

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The .RDO (Raster Document Object) file format is the native format used by Xerox's DocuTech range of hardware and software, that underpins the company's "Xerox Document On Demand" "XDOD" systems. It is therefore a significant file format for the "print on demand" market sector, along with PostScript and PDF.

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