DBE LAB Testbeds
What are DBE LAB Testbeds?
DBE LAB Testbeds are self-service testing environments for electronic message validation. They are used to test if the content and structure of a document generated by your own information system is following a pre-agreed standard. The user uploads a test document to the testbed and the testbed generates a test report that explicitly states what parts of the document need to be corrected in order for it to pass the test rules (standard). They are a particularly useful tool to help with integrations and making sure that everything is working as intended.
With the help of the test report you can start making adjustments to the system that generated the tested document. There is no need to arrange multiple meetings just to get to know what was wrong in the document and what should be corrected. This saves a lot of time since meetings can sometimes take a long time to schedule.
DBE LAB Testbed in action
How to use
DBE LAB testbeds are easy to use. They are maintained on Truugo validation platform.
Create a free profile to Truugo.
Contact DBE LAB representative (Hannu Kivinen: firstname.lastname@example.org) to get access to our testbeds. (169 € / per 30 days per testbed)
Then you need to extract a XML document generated by your own system, such as ERP or purchasing system.
Upload the document into the DBE LAB testbed test profile.
Check the contents of the test report
We can also show you hands on how to use the testing environment. Contact DBE LAB representative to arrange online training meeting (195 €) (Hannu Kivinen: email@example.com).
Each testbed costs 169 € per 30 days. The subscription includes unlimited amount of test on the selected testbed.
DBE LAB has three active testbeds that follow PEPPOL (Business document standard used in the European Union) rules:
DBE LAB - PEPPOL Order transaction 3.2 (T01)
DBE LAB - PEPPOL Order Response transaction 3.0 (T76)
DBE LAB - PEPPOL BIS Billing 3.0 UBL Invoice
Next our plan is to release testbeds for the following message types:
Logistics processes such as Waybill, Packing list, etc.
The remaining PEPPOL BIS 3.1 documents
PEPPOL Order Agreement transaction 3.0 (T110)
PEPPOL Catalogue transaction 3.1 (T19)
PEPPOL Catalogue Response transaction 3.0 (T58)
PEPPOL Despatch Advice transaction 3.1 (T16)
PEPPOL Punch Out transaction 3.1 (T77)
PEPPOL Message Level Response 3.0 (T71)
PEPPOL Invoice Response transaction 3.1 (T111)