Development of Utility Libraries

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

CERTIFICATION FRIDAY ACTIVITY: The certification process involves reading the subject file and comparing it on a line-by-line basis to what is expected. The associated software parts library has been prepared and is ready for check out / formal test. The check-out / formal test of this library is the next task.

CERTIFICATION SUNDAY ACTIVITY: The certification process involves reading the subject file and comparing it on a line-by-line basis to what is expected. The associated software parts library check out / formal test has begun. The output file creation software parts have been functionally checked out. The functional check-out of certification software parts is the next task.

CERTIFICATION MONDAY ACTIVITY: The certification process involves reading the subject file and comparing it on a line-by-line basis to what is expected. The associated software parts library check out / formal test has begun. The functional check-out of certification software parts has been completed for certifiable files. The next step is to update and test the report handling software parts.

CERTIFICATION THURSDAY ACTIVITY: Portability problems between Linux and Windows environment were discovered and solved.  Specifically, the Programmable Software Development Environment, when reading the text file, handles the end of file differently.  The next step is to update and test the report handling software parts.

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