Category: GENESYS

Executable Specifications and Simulation

How often have you experienced the results of a simulation that didn’t align with your expectations? It’s happened to us all at some point, we design something and either handed it over to a “simulation team” or even performed the simulation ourselves, only to see the results that were not …

Exits the sequel, Now with Loops!

In my last post I discussed Exit Conditions, Exits and their impact on capturing the decisions your system is making. I made a good start on this topic, but to properly cover the topic I need to cover a little more theory on multiple exits, discuss loops, loop exits, and …

Configuration Management in GENESYS: Part II

Welcome back to my discussion on configuration management in GENESYS! In my last post on this subject I went through a couple of different concepts, starting with the different levels of data that GENESYS is tracking in regard to changes, then onto the concept of baselining and finally revisioning your …