English translation: along and during the building, erecting
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Explanation: I do not know what explanations you are asking for...
along or during the building, erecting etc..
chaplin United Kingdom Local time: 23:19 Native speaker of: French PRO pts in pair: 11
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Explanation: I think this is what is meant here, e.g. "The consistency of master data is ensured by design". I assume this refers to a mechanism in the system, perhaps in database structures, that ensures consistency of the master data.
I am not sure I would have used "per constructionem" here myself - but then I learned what I know of Latin in an English school, and checked this with the English-language dictionary I quote as a reference. My understanding of the Latin would, in English, be more "by structure". But in English, in the IT context, I would not say this, I would say "by design".
I am also reminded here that when I translate German to English, I often translate "Konstruktion" as "design". So this seems to me to be Latin slightly flavoured by German thinking, and it reinforces my impression that the translation into English is "by design".