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USB-IF Test Certification ID Check RRS feed

  • 問題

  • Dear all,

    I met a problem when I run "USB-IF Test Certification ID Check" test

    The DTM log is ab below.

    Error 4/2/2010 3:09:44.618 上午 No valid USB IF Test ID has been entered
    File:   d:\5429t\testsrc\driverstest\usb\logotests\device\usbtidcheck\usbtidcheck.cpp Line: 200
    Error Type:   BOOL
    Error Code:   0x0
    Error Text:   Error 0x00000000
    End Test 4/2/2010 3:09:44.618 上午 USB IF Test ID Check
    Result:   Fail
    Repro:   USBtidCheck.exe -d 0E8D/3329 -i 0

     

    2010年4月7日 上午 10:03

解答

  • Right click the  "USB-IF Test Certification ID Check" Edit Parameters , Test ID ----> (enter the value ) 111

     

     


    Wintestlogo Team email:Technical.team@wintestlogo.com
    • 已標示為解答 Lolota Lee 2010年4月13日 上午 02:45
    2010年4月7日 下午 02:52
  • NI

    Right now, You cannot  enter the TestID value as 111. Since earlier we have filters in place for USB-IF Test ID Check entering any value for TestID( ex:111), the test would have Passed.

    Right now its mandatory either we should have a valid TestID assigned by one of the USB Certified Labs for the Device Under test or we have to execute the USB chapter 9 tests and input the logs to the USB-IF Test Certification ID check.

    Here are the details about the USB-IF Test ID Check

    USB-IF Test Certification ID Check

    Type: Automated Test

    Overview

    This test provides two options to validate USB-IF testing. If the device under test has been certified by the USB-IF, the Test Certification ID is sufficient to fulfill the USB-IF testing requirement. If the USB-IF tests have been downloaded from the USB-IF website at usb.org, a passing test log must be provided to validate completion of the test suite. For more information on how to fulfill the USB-IF testing requirement, visit the following Microsoft Web sitehttp://www.microsoft.com/whdc/connect/usb/WLK_USB-IF_CertReq.mspx

    Details

    Option 1: USB-IF Test Certification ID

    Use this option if the device under test is USB-IF Certified. The test collects the USB-IF test ID (TID) from the user at the time of scheduling the test as part of the editable parameters.

    To enter the USB-IF TID, follow these steps:

    1. In the Device Console, select USB-IF Test Certification ID Check from the Available Jobs list.

    2. Right-click the job and select Edit Parameters.

    3. Enter the Test ID, set INTEROP_TESTS_PASSED to TRUE, and then click OK.
    4. Schedule the job normally.

      This test ID will now be applied each time the test is scheduled for the submission.

    Option 2: USB-IF Self-Testing

    Use this option if the device is not USB-IF Certified.

    1. Download the most current version of the applicable USBCV test suite from the USB-IF’s website.

      For USB 2.0 devices, use the USB20CV tool available for download at http://www.usb.org/developers/tools/.

      For USB 3.0 devices, use the USB30CV tool available for download at http://www.usb.org/developers/ssusb/ssusbtools/.

    2. Install the tool kit and execute the applicable Chapter 9 tests on the device under test.

      Note The term “Chapter 9” refers to the USB-IF tests, which are based on requirements derived from Chapter 9 of the USB specification.

      Note Testing can be accomplished on any Windows 7 test system, and the results are valid for non-Windows 7 logo submissions.

    3. Run the appropriate interoperability tests for the device, as described in the WLK USB-IF Testing documentation available at http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/connect/usb/wlk-usb-if-testing.mspx.
    4. Locate the Chapter 9 test log on the test system.
    5. Copy the log file to the DTM client machine, if it is not the same as the test system.
    6. Create a folder on the DTM client called C:\usblogs and place the log file in that folder.

      Note This is the default location the test will search for log files. The log may be placed anywhere on the system, but the PATH_TO_LOGS parameter must be updated to reflect the location of the log files.

    7. The WLK test will parse through the logs to determine whether the CV tests have passed or failed.
    8. For the interoperability testing, set the INTEROP_TESTS_PASSED parameter to “TRUE” if the Interop test was successful. Otherwise, keep the default value of “FALSE.”
    9. Schedule the job normally. The test will collect and parse the test logs from the client machine.

    Thanks

    Wintestlogo Team


    Wintest Consultancy and Services Email:help@wintestlogo.com

    2011年6月22日 上午 10:33

所有回覆

  • Hello

    did  u edit the  Parameter "Test ID"  of the  "USB-IF Test Certification ID Check".

    change the value to 111.

    and Run the  test.

    However  this test is a preview test which will be filtered out by apply latest Filters.

    Kind Regards

    Wintestlogo Team 


    Wintestlogo Team email:Technical.team@wintestlogo.com
    2010年4月7日 上午 10:57
  • Dear Wintestlogo Team ,

    Sorry to bother you again. I am the freshman in this domain.

    Could you teach how to modify the parameter before testing "USB-IF Test Certification ID Check"?

    Thank you very much

    2010年4月7日 下午 01:25
  • Right click the  "USB-IF Test Certification ID Check" Edit Parameters , Test ID ----> (enter the value ) 111

     

     


    Wintestlogo Team email:Technical.team@wintestlogo.com
    • 已標示為解答 Lolota Lee 2010年4月13日 上午 02:45
    2010年4月7日 下午 02:52
  • Right click the  "USB-IF Test Certification ID Check" Edit Parameters , Test ID ----> (enter the value ) 111

     

     


    Wintestlogo Team email:Technical.team@wintestlogo.com


    yeah, I follow this  ,i am pass this case. U can try~

    2010年4月8日 上午 06:51
  • Does anybody know why TestID is 111?
    2011年6月22日 上午 08:58
  • NI

    Right now, You cannot  enter the TestID value as 111. Since earlier we have filters in place for USB-IF Test ID Check entering any value for TestID( ex:111), the test would have Passed.

    Right now its mandatory either we should have a valid TestID assigned by one of the USB Certified Labs for the Device Under test or we have to execute the USB chapter 9 tests and input the logs to the USB-IF Test Certification ID check.

    Here are the details about the USB-IF Test ID Check

    USB-IF Test Certification ID Check

    Type: Automated Test

    Overview

    This test provides two options to validate USB-IF testing. If the device under test has been certified by the USB-IF, the Test Certification ID is sufficient to fulfill the USB-IF testing requirement. If the USB-IF tests have been downloaded from the USB-IF website at usb.org, a passing test log must be provided to validate completion of the test suite. For more information on how to fulfill the USB-IF testing requirement, visit the following Microsoft Web sitehttp://www.microsoft.com/whdc/connect/usb/WLK_USB-IF_CertReq.mspx

    Details

    Option 1: USB-IF Test Certification ID

    Use this option if the device under test is USB-IF Certified. The test collects the USB-IF test ID (TID) from the user at the time of scheduling the test as part of the editable parameters.

    To enter the USB-IF TID, follow these steps:

    1. In the Device Console, select USB-IF Test Certification ID Check from the Available Jobs list.

    2. Right-click the job and select Edit Parameters.

    3. Enter the Test ID, set INTEROP_TESTS_PASSED to TRUE, and then click OK.
    4. Schedule the job normally.

      This test ID will now be applied each time the test is scheduled for the submission.

    Option 2: USB-IF Self-Testing

    Use this option if the device is not USB-IF Certified.

    1. Download the most current version of the applicable USBCV test suite from the USB-IF’s website.

      For USB 2.0 devices, use the USB20CV tool available for download at http://www.usb.org/developers/tools/.

      For USB 3.0 devices, use the USB30CV tool available for download at http://www.usb.org/developers/ssusb/ssusbtools/.

    2. Install the tool kit and execute the applicable Chapter 9 tests on the device under test.

      Note The term “Chapter 9” refers to the USB-IF tests, which are based on requirements derived from Chapter 9 of the USB specification.

      Note Testing can be accomplished on any Windows 7 test system, and the results are valid for non-Windows 7 logo submissions.

    3. Run the appropriate interoperability tests for the device, as described in the WLK USB-IF Testing documentation available at http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/connect/usb/wlk-usb-if-testing.mspx.
    4. Locate the Chapter 9 test log on the test system.
    5. Copy the log file to the DTM client machine, if it is not the same as the test system.
    6. Create a folder on the DTM client called C:\usblogs and place the log file in that folder.

      Note This is the default location the test will search for log files. The log may be placed anywhere on the system, but the PATH_TO_LOGS parameter must be updated to reflect the location of the log files.

    7. The WLK test will parse through the logs to determine whether the CV tests have passed or failed.
    8. For the interoperability testing, set the INTEROP_TESTS_PASSED parameter to “TRUE” if the Interop test was successful. Otherwise, keep the default value of “FALSE.”
    9. Schedule the job normally. The test will collect and parse the test logs from the client machine.

    Thanks

    Wintestlogo Team


    Wintest Consultancy and Services Email:help@wintestlogo.com

    2011年6月22日 上午 10:33
  • 版主您好!

    目前我使用HCK studio 去驗證公司產品

    Test PC: Windows 8 operating system

    至於USB-IF Certification Validation Test (Device)

    我也是使用您的方法

    Test ID輸入111

    何時該方法即不適用?

    我想確定該日期

    2012年8月23日 上午 09:44