The SEP 2 Server Ad Hoc Tester operates and a REST client to allow the user to explore server resources, and as DRLC client and a Text Messaging client to implement client-side function sets.
The SEP 2 Client Ad Hoc Tester initializes the top server resources, populates DemandResponseProgramList, MessagingProgramList and ResponseSetList resources, and continuously updates time-sensitive server resources.
QualityLogic is now developing test cases for its SEP 2.0 Client and Server Functional Test Suites (FTS) for the same function sets supported in the Ad Hoc Testers. The Client and Server FTS are scheduled for release in Q2-13. Support for additional function sets will be added to each product, based on market need, and provided to customers for an upgrade fee.
“SEP 2.0 will provide utilities, product vendors, and consumers with confidence in application and device interoperability,”
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