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  • Class 1 — A major transaction for a listed company, the size of which results in a 25% threshold being reached under any one of the class tests set out in the Listing Rules. For class 1 transactions, the Listing Rules require an announcement to a… …   Law dictionary

  • class tests — Also known as the percentage ratio tests. In accordance with the Listing Rules, a number of tests to be performed when a listed company enters into a transaction outside its ordinary course of business. The class tests are used to compare the… …   Law dictionary

  • Class 2 — A transaction for a listed company, the size of which results in a percentage ratio of 5% or more, but less than 25% under any one of the class tests set out in the Listing Rules. For a class 2 transaction, the Listing Rules require notification… …   Law dictionary

  • Class 3 — A transaction for a listed company, the size of which results in a percentage ratio of less than 5% under the class tests set out in the Listing Rules. A Class 3 transaction does not require announcement to a Regulatory Information Service unless …   Law dictionary

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  • Online transaction processing — Online transaction processing, or OLTP, refers to a class of systems that facilitate and manage transaction oriented applications, typically for data entry and retrieval transaction processing. The term is somewhat ambiguous; some understand a… …   Wikipedia

  • Distributed Transaction Coordinator — The Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MSDTC) service is a component of modern versions of Microsoft Windows that is responsible for coordinating transactions that span multiple resource managers, such as databases, message queues, and file… …   Wikipedia

  • Microsoft Transaction Server — (MTS) was software that provided services to Component Object Model (COM) software components, to make it easier to create large distributed applications. The major services provided by MTS were automated transaction management, instance… …   Wikipedia

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