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Test types

When you submit your item for testing, you must specify the test type you want the test house to use. Depending on the test type, you may be required to provide the self-test XML file. A description of the test types follows.

Full

Execute each applicable test requirement and procedure. Examples include new application submission, or resubmit or upgrade application submission. This applies to the first commercial platform of a multi-platform submission.

Add platform

Execute a subset of the test requirements and procedures. Examples include:

  • New application submission for each additional commercial platform selected, such as the second or third, when it is part of a multi-platform submission.
  • Resubmit or upgrade application submission. This is applicable to each additional commercial platform selected, such as the second or third, when it is part of a multi-platform submission.
  • Testing of an add platform application submission, which adds a commercial platform to a previously passed application.

No test

This test type is used when no testing has occurred. Examples include:

  • Withdrawals – Developer cancels an application that is in the queue before testing has begun.
  • Private (non-priced) extensions.

Brew-wrapped Java

The test plan associated with Brew-wrapped Java is currently for AT&T only, and cover functional test requirements for Brew-wrapped Java content.

Open Catalog

The Open Catalog program is an extension of the Verizon Media Store, giving developers more opportunities to bring their applications to millions of Verizon Wireless customers. Open Catalog helps reduce the developer’s time to market while providing more control of their content distribution through direct-to-consumer campaigns. This streamlined process allows applications that meet certain guidelines to flow through the submission channel and reach consumers more quickly.