Has anybody has any idea about ETVXM Process Model?Is ETVXM Process Model a part of Agile methodology?
Awaiting a response at the earliest.
Thanks in advance
ETVXM= Entry-Task-Validation-eXit Model. it views the processes within the context of :-
1)inputs--> ie. processes are initaited by an input.
2)tasks--> action components of a process.
3)controls-->these are limits that have been purposely placed on process in order to prevent undesirable outputs.(examples are policies,checklists,audits etc)
4)constaints-->limitations imposed on process(example- available time frame, resources etc)
5)output/exit criteria --> all conditions must be present, before a process can terminate. all process have an output.
and Validation is actually a checkpoint which happens after the Task has been completed. If this fails then, the process tasks needs to be re-performed.
hope this information is sufficient.
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Thank you for the information.
I know a company which is following ETVXM Process and scrum models. Is it possible to use both ETVXM and scrum process together for a project?
Why wouldn't it be possible to use a test process within any test framework or methodology? If it gets your work done, and validates the Acceptance Tests in the way you need, then it should work.
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I believe its possible to use both ETVXM and scrum process(its an agile model) together for a project
If scrum + etvxm is being followed and the requirements keep on changing,is it necessary to create documents like SRS etc.