|“||[c]onfirmation, through the provision of objective evidence, that the requirements for a specific intended use of application have been fulfilled.||”|
|“||an effort to ensure that data are free of systematic error or bias and that what is intended to be measured is actually measured.||”|
|“||[t]he process of making sure that data is correct and useful when checked against a set of data validation rules. These might include rules for package or file structure or specific file format profiles.||”|
|“||the process of evaluating a system or component during or at the end of the development process to determine whether it satisfies specified requirements.||”|
Validation involves multiple phases of testing, including a combination of testing of individual components (unit testing), testing of entire systems (integration or systems testing), and in some cases, testing of a string of interdependent systems, including those outside of the organization (end-to-end testing).
Validation means to check to see whether a document is the correct type for a particular EDI system, as agreed among the trading partners, in order to determine whether the document is going to or coming from an authorized EDI user.
|“||the set of activities ensuring and gaining confidence that a system is able to accomplish its intended use, goals, and objectives (i.e., meet stakeholder requirements) in the intended operational environment.||”|
|“||[t]he process of determining that an object or process is acceptable according to a pre-defined set of tests and the results of those tests.||”|
- ↑ NIST Special Publication 800-160, at B-16.
- ↑ Identity Theft: Total Extent of Refund Fraud Using Stolen Identities is Unknown, at 9 n.b.
- ↑ NDSA Glossary.
- ↑ Year 2000 Computing Crisis: An Assessment Guide, at 33.
- ↑ NIST Special Publication 800-160, at B-16; ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2008; ISO 9000:2005.
- ↑ NIST Special Publication 800-152, at 136.