logged

English translation: logged

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German term or phrase:logged
English translation:logged
Entered by: tbk2

18:04 Dec 1, 2011
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Internet, e-Commerce
German term or phrase: logged
Ich habe folgende Frage: Wenn ich ausdrücken möchte, dass das Surfverhalten im Internet und von mir preisgegebene Informationen protokolliert/aufgezeichnet o.ä. werden, benutze ich dann "logged" oder "stored"?
Ich persönlich denke das man "logged" nimmt, aber meine Lehrerin meinte stored wird in dem Fall eher genommen. Mein Bezug liegt auf dem "Keylogger" > Prog. das Eingaben aufzeichnet.

danke schonmal im vorraus:)
tbk2
logged
Explanation:
While you could use "stored" I would say that activity, behaviour or events is/are logged and data is stored.
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pj-ffm
Local time: 01:31


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logged


Explanation:
While you could use "stored" I would say that activity, behaviour or events is/are logged and data is stored.


pj-ffm
Local time: 01:31
Native speaker of: English

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Sven Schröder
26 mins

agree  Steffen Walter
31 mins

agree  Darrel Knutson: User activity is logged in a log file. The results of a log file analysis may be stored in a database.
13 hrs
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