JIRA Issue

[#XCI-433] Address the "Accessibility issue" gap in CAN-01

[XCI-433] Address the "Accessibility issue" gap in CAN-01 Created: 08/19/2018  Updated: 08/19/2018

Status: Proposed
Project: XSEDE Cyberinfrastructure Integration
Component/s: None
Fix Version/s: None

Type: XCI Documentation Priority: Major
Reporter: Lee Liming Assignee: Unassigned
Resolution: Unresolved Votes: 0

XSEDE Priority: -
Public activity link: https://software.xsede.org/display/xci-433
Devel Repository:
Use Cases:
CAN-01: Run a remote job, HTC-01: Run a set of independent jobs on an HTC resource
Effort and Costs:
Staff Name (Lastname, Firstname) Effort (person weeks) Roles or Contributions Status
<Activity Lead Name – Last, First> 6 six weeks of effort to lead and implement the activity (required) none
<User Doc Drafter – Last, First> 0.2 one day of effort to draft user documentation (required ) none
TBD (tester) 1 one week of effort to test the software none
... ... .. none
Due by Activity Deliverable
DSR Design document*
TRR Implemented Software Capability
TRR Other type of deliverable
TRR Deployment plan*
TRR Test plan*
TRR User documentation*
TRR (post) TRR Baseline* (Shava)
Deployment Deployment Baseline* (Shava)
Deployment Test Report* (Shava)
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Lead Tester: Shava Smallen Shava Smallen


The current architectural response to CAN-1 (and related HTC-1) requires the scientist end user to produce a detailed description of the tasks to be executed by the system in a language called JSDL. To do this, the user must learn the JSDL language and must understand the details that are important to express in the description. These details may vary from resource to resource. XSEDE provides a graphical, “workbench-like” interface for constructing this description (described in L3D §, but it requires downloading and installing the Genesis II software to a local computer.