Good Morning testers,
I saw a job spec that had 'Raising PCP errors' as one of the daily duties/tasks.
This Acronym (PCP) is something i have not come across where i am currently and wondered if anyone could help me to understand what this might mean.
I have used the search function but the Forums didn't return any results.
Any help would be gratefully appreciated
I only know of one use of PCP, but its not technology related. Think of old episodes of Dragnet and you might know what I mean. Other defintions from Wikipedia may be more onto what you are referring to.
Although this one seems close:
Primary Connection Point, in telecommunications - a cabinet for telephone wires, esp. Britain
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I've seen the abbreviation before. Not in testing, but I've seen it before.
There could be a few variations I might guess at. PPC (for web), PCB, PHP, PLC. Never heard of PCP though.
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Seems like a classic case of ASKING the person or onganization who posted the job spec.
AcronymFinder.com pulled a number of IT related ones. The closest one I saw where you could 'raise errors' might be in a Program Control Procedure. Not sure exactly where this might be located (DB proc, Scripting language, Batch language, etc.).
Thanks for your help guys,
I did ,in the end, asjk what it meant.
It is an internal bug tracking system that they use.
Thanks for all your advice anyway