Issues #6617

tIieN1 - can a popup warning be considered as 'not allowed'

Added by Richard Schimmel 3 months ago. Updated 3 months ago.

Due date:
01/09/2024 (51 days late)
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I see ICT tools that also provide some SCT features. Such tools may have a setting to allow or block SCT features. For example when SCT features are blocked the data model can't change and tIieN1 will pass. When the setting allows SCT features the tIieN1 will fail. So the test result depends on a setting. Which is very common for server testing and allowed.
Now what if an ICT tool does not have such setting but instead pop-ups with a warning and ask the engineer something like "dataobject/LN is allocated to a client. are you sure to remove?". Is this acceptable to pass the test?


Updated by IEC 61850 TPWG 3 months ago

  • Due date set to 01/09/2024
  • Status changed from New to Resolved

Many tools on the market provide some mix of ICT and SCT function. UCA needs to address these products.

Richard to review and propose resolution.

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