The Common Test Scenarios Document (CTSD) translates the provisions set out in the Smart Energy Code (SEC) into tests which measure the ability of relevant Parties to act as DCC Users and interoperate with the DCC.

The SMKI and Repository Test Scenarios Document (SRTSD) sets out tests that a Party or RDP must undertake before they may apply to become an Authorised Subscriber for the purposes of the Device Certificate Policy or the Organisation Certificate Policy (or both) or access the SMKI Repository.

These test scenarios documents have been produced in consultation with engaged SEC Parties via formal consultations.

CTSD Compare V1.8 (consultation) to Draft V1.0 Baselined

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DCC publishes below Draft Version 1.0 of the Common Test Scenarios Document, which was baselined by TBDG as version 1.0 on 28 August 2015. Baselined is defined as being suitable to build off. DCC also publishes below a change-marked version to help Parties to identify the amendments between the consultation version 1.8 and the baselined version.

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SMKI and Repository Test Scenarios Document

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On 15 July 2015 DCC submitted the SMKI and Repository Test Scenarios Document (SRTSD) to the Secretary of State. It is published for information only.

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Version: Clean v1.8.1

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Effective date: 22 July 2015

Common Test Scenarios Document

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On 30 June 2015 DCC submitted the Common Test Scenarios Document (CTSD) to the Secretary of State. It is published for information only.

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Version: Clean v1.9

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Effective date: 22 July 2015