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(1) Identify the CPs approved for Final Text
 
(1) Identify the CPs approved for Final Text
 
* Find the directory following this naming convention ftp://ftp.ihe.net/IT_Infrastructure/TF_Maintenance-<year>/CPs/3_FinalText/  eg. ftp://ftp.ihe.net/IT_Infrastructure/TF_Maintenance-2014/CPs/3_FinalText/
 
* Find the directory following this naming convention ftp://ftp.ihe.net/IT_Infrastructure/TF_Maintenance-<year>/CPs/3_FinalText/  eg. ftp://ftp.ihe.net/IT_Infrastructure/TF_Maintenance-2014/CPs/3_FinalText/
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(2) Identify the Final Text CPs that affect the document you are verifying
 
(2) Identify the Final Text CPs that affect the document you are verifying
 
* In the spreadsheet, examine the "Vol/Supp affected" column to identify the CPs you need.  Notice that some CPs affect more than one document
 
* In the spreadsheet, examine the "Vol/Supp affected" column to identify the CPs you need.  Notice that some CPs affect more than one document

Revision as of 17:25, 24 July 2014


To Integrate CPs

this is Gila's process

To check integrated CPs

Why: Integrating CPs into Final Text volumes and TI supplements is a task requiring attention to detail. It is beneficial to check the integration work prior to delivering updated documentation to the Documentation Specialist. This provided a "second set of eyes" on the documentation, and may prevent a future CP.

When: After CP integration is complete, before submitting a document for publication.

Who: Ideally, someone other than the editor who did the integration. Domain co-chairs assign this task to members of the Technical Committee.

How:

(1) Identify the CPs approved for Final Text

(2) Identify the Final Text CPs that affect the document you are verifying

  • In the spreadsheet, examine the "Vol/Supp affected" column to identify the CPs you need. Notice that some CPs affect more than one document