Today we look at a library.
As we've discussed before, there are a lot of ways to approach test writing, ranging from commissioning light, to medium, to commissioning heavy. How involved do you want your tests to be? How deep is your budget? How complex is the facility that you are testing? These questions help determine the depth of your tests.
The Commissioning Test Protocol Library (CTPL) leads you into a myriad of examples, and there are many more styles besides what they exemplify. The main thing, in my opinion, is to find something that works well for you, and is simultaneously simple and clear enough that someone else could administer them on your behalf.
The CTPL is the largest existing collection of functional test procedures, including many noncopyrighted
Since the test procedures in the CTPL do not include detailed explanations, the Functional Testing Guide explains the “how” and “why” behind the functional tests in the CTPL.
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