Certification Defects

The following questions are related to resolving certification defects.

To retrieve information about the defects found during certification, in the Seller Office, select "Applications > Defect Resolution", and click the application name. The defects are grouped by the applicable model group.

Resolving all defects is recommended, but if there are no critical defects, you can select "Quick Release" to publish your application with non-critical defects.

For more information, see Defect Resolution.

   #fail    #defect details    #critical defect    #defect information

No. Each time you want to start the certification process, you must submit a new version of the application with a higher version number, even if the application package content has not changed.

   #application package    #version number    #certification process    #defect resolution

Each defect found during certification is assigned a grade that represents the defect severity:

"A" defects are very serious defects. Major applications with "A" defects cannot be published.

"B" defects are bugs which are recommended to be resolved.

"C" defects are minor and do not affect application functionality. They are typically related to the UI/UX.

Note Critical defects are marked with an additional flag. Because critical defects affect basic application functionality, the application cannot be published until the defect is resolved.

   #grade    #defect type    #critical defect    #bug    #defect resolution

Yes. To release the application only for the model groups that passed certification, you can drop the failed model groups from the certification process. For more information, see Certification Drop.

   #fail    #pass    #model group    #limited release

To retrieve information about the defects found during certification, in the Seller Office, select "Applications > Defect Resolution", and click the application name. The defects are grouped by the applicable model group.

For each defect resolved, define the cause and resolution. If you have modified any application code, you must also submit a new version of the application. For more information, see Resolving Defect.

   #defect resolution    #resolve    #version update    #version up

The QA certification team does not provide platform logs, but you can submit an application package that generates JavaScript console logs. The certification team can reproduce the defect and share the console logs with you.

   #console log    #platform log

When registering your application, you must attach an application UI description, created using the provided template. In the application UI description, you must list the key mappings for any remote control keys that have been mapped to custom functions in your application.

   #remote control    #key function    #application ui description    #key mapping