Service overview


We've compiled essential terms related to the service to help you become familiar with the platform.


Every person registered in the system has a personal user account. Users can join one or multiple groups to access the test profiles and supplementary materials they offer. Each account has a specific service plan that determines the available features, rights, and usage limits. Each account can be linked to only one organization.


A team account's features, rights, and usage limits depend on the linked organization. Each organization has a designated administrator who manages users and usage limits related to the license. The primary user also acts as the contact person between the organization and the service provider, handling all communication.

Workspace (Group)

Organization administrators can create "Implementation groups" on the platform to maintain test profiles and "Validation groups" to publish finalized test profiles and supplementary materials to end users.

Groups have three user roles: author, editor, and member. Members gain access to the group's test profiles and supplementary materials. Members cannot see other group members.

A group can have either public, private, or restricted access. Anyone can join a public group in the member role. A private group is invisible to non-members; users can only join by invitation. A restricted group is visible to all users, and access requires fulfilling group-specific requirements, such as a subscription fee.

Each user also has personal workspaces for implementation (My Workspace) and validation (My Sandbox). In team usage, you can use these spaces to save and test incomplete test profiles.

Test Profile

A test profile seamlessly integrates various requirements and testing artifacts. It enables comprehensive testing and quality assurance, covering message structure, content, and case-specific requirements in one go. A test profile includes one or more testing phases based on schemas or rules. The term Test Assertion refers to a technical implementation of a rule.


Bookmarks enable users to create a list of relevant documents and test profiles. Furthermore, the system will list only the bookmarked test profiles plus those stored in the personal workspace in the user's testing tools.

Test Report

The system generates a test report as feedback when testing structured data against the selected test profile. The test report is a well-structured document detailing the test results and identified errors. The user's service plan determines how long the test report is stored.

The test report also includes supplementary functions to assist in solving issues. These include general and syntax-dependent additional functions and possible test profile-specific functions, for example, for data visualization.

Test Form

The Test Form is a solution for offering trading partners an easy self-test option, especially during deployments. A company can provide its trading partners temporary access rights to the selected test profile without service registration to shorten lead time, save resources, and enhance quality.

Credit Quota (Test Quota)

The monthly credit quota depends on the user's service plan or the organization's agreement. The credit quota covers the various testing actions. When a user reaches the monthly limit, one can either upgrade the service plan, use extra credits, or wait until the next month.

Extra credits

Extra credits allow users to cover usage exceeding the monthly credit quota. Users can purchase extra credits in batches, which remain valid for 12 months from purchase.