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I.S. EN ISO/IEC 9646-1:1998

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - OPEN SYSTEMS INTERCONNECTION - CONFORMANCE TESTING METHODOLOGY AND FRAMEWORK - PART 1: GENERAL CONCEPTS

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Withdrawn date

28-10-1998

Language(s)

English

Published date

10-11-1998

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Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references definitions
3 Definitions
   3.1 Reference model definitions
   3.2 Terms defined in other International Standards,
        ITU-T Recommendations and Technical reports
   3.3 Conformance testing definitions
4 Abbreviations
5 The meaning of conformance in OSI
   5.1 Introduction
   5.2 Conformance requirements
   5.3 Static conformance requirements
   5.4 Dynamic conformance requirements
   5.5 Conformance requirements related to transfer syntax
   5.6 Implementation Conformance Statements (ICSs)
        5.6.1 Introduction
        5.6.2 Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement
               (PICS)
        5.6.3 Profile Implementation Conformance Statement
               (profile ICS)
        5.6.4 System Conformance Statement (SCS)
   5.7 A conforming system
   5.8 Interworking and conformance
6 Conformance and testing
   6.1 Objectives of conformance testing
        6.1.1 Introduction
        6.1.2 Basic Interconnection Tests
        6.1.3 Capability tests
        6.1.4 Behaviour tests
        6.1.5 Conformance resolution tests
   6.2 Extra information for testing
        6.2.1 Implementation Extra Information for Testing
               (IXIT)
        6.2.2 Protocol Implementation Extra Information for
               Testing (PIXIT)
        6.2.3 Profile Implementation Extra Information for
               Testing (profile IXIT)
   6.3 Conformance assessment process overview
   6.4 Use of Basic Interconnection Tests and capability tests
        in the test campaign
   6.5 Analysis of results
        6.5.1 Test outcomes and test verdicts
        6.5.2 Conformance test reports
        6.5.3 Repeatability of results
        6.5.4 Comparability of results
        6.5.5 Auditability of results
7 Test methods
   7.1 Introduction
   7.2 Classification of real open systems and IUTs for
        conformance testing
        7.2.1 Classification of SUTs
        7.2.2 Identification of the IUT
   7.3 Abstract testing methodology
        7.3.1 General
        7.3.2 Points of Control and Observation (PCOs)
   7.4 Abstract testing functions
   7.5 Overview of Abstract Test Methods
        7.5.1 End-system IUTs in the Single-Party Testing
               context
        7.5.2 The Local and Distributed test methods
        7.5.3 The Coordinated and Remote test methods
        7.5.4 Variants of abstract test methods
        7.5.5 IUTs in the Multi-Party Testing context
   7.6 Applicability of test methods to real open systems
   7.7 Applicability of the test methods to OSI protocols and
        layers
8 Test suites
   8.1 Structure
   8.2 Abstract and executable test cases
   8.3 Base specification conformance testing specifications
   8.4 Profile Test Specifications (PTS)
9 Relationships between parts, concepts and roles
10 Compliance
Annex A (Normative) Options
Annex B (Infomrative) Index of parts 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7

Specifies a general methodology for testing the conformance of products to OSI specifications which the products are claimed to implement. This methodology applies to testing conformance to the specifications of an OSI protocol; specification of a transfer syntax used in combination with a specific OSI protocol; specification of an OSI protocol profile, including the testing of conformance to any specified information objects used in combination with one or more of the protocols; specifications of a combination of OSI protocols, possibly used in combination with a specified transfer syntax and/or one or more specified information objects.

DevelopmentNote
Supersedes I.S. EN 29646-1. (06/2005)
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
62
PublisherName
National Standards Authority of Ireland
Status
Withdrawn
Supersedes

ISO/IEC 9646-7:1995 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Conformance testing methodology and framework Part 7: Implementation Conformance Statements
ISO/IEC 9646-6:1994 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Conformance testing methodology and framework Part 6: Protocol profile test specification
ISO/IEC 9646-2:1994 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Conformance testing methodology and framework Part 2: Abstract Test Suite specification
ISO/IEC 9646-4:1994 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Conformance testing methodology and framework Part 4: Test realization
ISO/IEC 9646-5:1994 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Conformance testing methodology and framework Part 5: Requirements on test laboratories and clients for the conformance assessment process
ISO/TR 8509:1987 Information processing systems Open Systems Interconnection Service conventions
ISO/IEC 8825:1990 Information technology — Open Systems Interconnection — Specification of Basic Encoding Rules for Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)
ISO/IEC 9646-3:1998 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Conformance testing methodology and framework Part 3: The Tree and Tabular Combined Notation (TTCN)

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