What are “test” transmissions?

Testing is a process used to determine whether you and NJCRIB can send and receive EDI reports. Testing with NJCRIB requires adherence to the NJCRIB Test Schedule and the submission of required test transactions. Testing serves two purposes: 1) it ensures that all technical details regarding the transmission process are correct for all three systems --reporters, the VAN, and NJCRIB; and 2) it requires that the data details within the specific transaction types meet NJCRIB requirements. The sender will be responsible for evaluating the acknowledgement transactions NJCRIB returns in response to the test. For additional information, see the “NJCRIB – Release 3.0 Implementation Test Plan” under NJCRIB EDI Resources (http://www.njcribedi.info/).