The act of running scripts against a database, most commonly performed in either a SQL or Oracle environment. This includes, but is not limited to, statements pertaining to SELECT, INSERT, ADD, UPDATE and/or DELETE. In order for a procedure to be considered of true databasing nature, said procedures must be manually executed by the designated databasee. Scheduled stored procedures and automated jobs are not, under any circumstances, considered authentic databasing.
DB Admin: "Our records seemingly shifted overnight. None of the rows and columns match up in the audit."
Consultant: "I have sales on line 2. They were databasing without permission!"