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definition-Exit-Process

Definition:

An Exit-Process involves evaluating any applicable Exit-Conditions for a Process.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *065
English Master: Exit-Process
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: none

Detailing

Only when all Exit-Conditions are met, can the main Process task officially terminate and any Process-Output be released to the next Process.
Abbreviation: X “As in ‘eXit.’


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Type

Process


Examples

[Requirements] Maximum 1 estimated remaining Major-Defect/page. [Design] Achieved Jan 23rd.

^[Requirements] “This is a reference to the Requirements-Process alone, not the Exit.”

[Test Planning] “This is entry to test Planning reference.”

[Installation] “This is a reference to the Installation Process Exit”

Goal [IF [[Acceptance Test], Initial Delivery]: 60% “The Condition is that the Acceptance Test has Exited.”

Notes

If any Conditions fail, the Exit-Process includes Work to improve Exit-Condition Status to the required Level. If all Conditions are OK, then a Process Product can be released to its customer, and the Process is officially completed.


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Exit-Condition *064
Entry-Process *057


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Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 18:21:09 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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