Development of Utility Libraries

The activity associated with development of utility software parts libraries will be presented here.

The effort associated with the development, upgrading and testing the  script software parts library will be documented here. Specifically, the script software parts library will be upgraded to behave more like a software part. It will also be formally tested.

SCRIPT FRIDAY ACTIVITY: This script calling and data loading software parts have been modified. Unfortunately, these modifications look very much like a patch and I am not satisfied with my first efforts. I will re-examine these software parts and make the necessary modifications to clean up my work-products.

SCRIPT SATURDAY ACTIVITY: I believe that I have made the required modifications to clean up my work-products. I believe that the next step is to formally test this capability.  I have not as yet provide the needed modifications to provide the parameters of a script from the parameters of the _RUN_SCRIPT software part. It is my current plan to make these modifications after I test the script-calling commands.

SCRIPT TUESDAY ACTIVITY: During the check-out/test process of the script calling commands I discovered another error detection deficiency in the script software parts library. Specifically, the script software parts are capable of defining multiple scripts pretty much at the same time (there are a few exceptions).  Unfortunately I did not prepare an error software part that detected a lack of initial preparation before loading the commands. This will be fixed next.


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