UPDATE: 22 September 2017 - CHANGES to SRT Approach document
DCC is consulting on minor changes to the SMKI and Repository Testing (SRT) Approach document, to update content relating to parts 3b and 4 of SRT.
We are seeking general views on the introduction of the new SRT content, shown as tracked changes. Please provide responses by noon on Thursday 5 October 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org
SRT Part 3A Completion Report v1.1
On Wednesday 12 July 2017, the SEC Panel approved DCC's completion of Part 3a SRT following consultation with Parties and the SMKI PMA. The Panel directed DCC to publish this Test Completion Report in accordance with SEC T5.21(c).
SMKI and Repository Testing Approach v5.0
On Friday 9 June 2017, the SEC Panel approved version 5.0 of
DCC's SRT Approach document following consultation with Parties and
the SMKI PMA.
The updated document provides details of parts 3a and 3b of the SRT Approach:
Part 3a tests the SMKI recovery environment in SIT involving the recovery Key and IKI File Signing Certificates that are also used for SMKI recovery file signing.
Part 3b tests the SMKI recovery environment with User SMKI recovery systems and processes in the End to End Testing that will occur after R1.3.
UPDATE: 6 APRIL 2017
Changes to SRT Approach document
DCC is consulting on minor changes to the SMKI and Repository Testing (SRT) Approach document, to update content relating to the third part of SRT (SRT3), currently being undertaken by DCC to test SMKI Recovery processes.
We are seeking general views on the introduction of the new SRT content, shown as tracked changes. Please provide responses by 10am on Tuesday 18th April to email@example.com.
SMKI and Repository Testing (SRT) assures that the SMKI and Repository systems work effectively together to meet the requirements set out in the Smart Energy Code (SEC).
Testing will be undertaken in accordance with the SRT Approach document which is approved by the SEC Panel. This includes Exit Criteria that must be met before testing can conclude. We will check that these have been achieved and will publish a Completion Report for approval by the SEC Panel.
Parties are able to conduct SMKI and Repository Entry Process Tests (SREPT) during this test stage if they choose to do so. Further information can be found on the Entry Process Testing page.
The Guide to SMKI and Repository Entry Process Tests sets out the information that a Party is required to provide in support of its application to complete the SMKI and Repository Entry Process Tests (SREPT).
This document provides further explanation of the testing approach set out in the SMKI and Repository Test Scenarios Document.
Successful completion of the SREPT is a requirement before a Party or RDP is entitled to:
(a) apply to become an Authorised Subscriber for the purposes of
any Certificate Policy; or
(b) access the SMKI Repository.
The SRT Approach Document v3.9 was approved by the SEC Panel on 8 March 2016 (subject to no material comments being raised in the March 2016 consultation).