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Exceptional report

An exceptional report is a report that identifies data that appear to be exceptional, where an exception is the difference between actual performance and expected performance.

It is a report that outlines any deviations from expected output.

The primary purpose of an exception report is to draw the attention of middle managers to any significant differences between actual performance and expected characteristics of transaction processing systems.

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