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 On Monday September 11th, 2017, the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining has approved of the following process to use for obtaining a XES Certification for a tool. On Monday September 11th, 2017, the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining has approved of the following process to use for obtaining a XES Certification for a tool.
  
-  - The vendor of the tool creates a report that (1) clearly states which certification level are requested by the vendor and (2) shows that the tool indeed supports these levels. A template for the report is available as {{:shared:downloads:xes_certification_template.pdf|PDF}} (PDF, 1,364 KB) and as {{:shared:downloads:xes_certification_template.docx|Word file}} (DOCX, 3,497 KB). In this template, the TODOs need to be filled in by the vendor. To test the import of a tool, a [[http://www.win.tue.nl/ieeetfpm/downloads/XES%20Certification/Import%20Logs.zip|set of XES logs]] (ZIP archive, 53,404 KB) is available. The tool should not crash when importing the [[shared:xeswg:logs:reallife|real-life logs]], and should show that the attributes are imported correctly for the [[shared:xeswg:logs:artificial|artificial logs]].+  - The vendor of the tool creates a report that (1) clearly states which certification level are requested by the vendor and (2) shows that the tool indeed supports these levels. A template for the report is available as {{:shared:downloads:xes_certification_template.pdf|PDF}} (PDF, 1,364 KB) and as {{:shared:downloads:xes_certification_template.docx|Word file}} (DOCX, 3,497 KB). In this template, the TODOs need to be filled in by the vendor. To test the import of a tool, a {{:shared:downloads:xes_certification_import_logs.zip|set of XES logs}} (ZIP archive, 53,404 KB) is available. The tool should not crash when importing the [[shared:xeswg:logs:reallife|real-life logs]], and should show that the attributes are imported correctly for the [[shared:xeswg:logs:artificial|artificial logs]].
   - When the report is finished, the vendor contacts the representative of the XES WG, which is typically the secretary, [[shared:verbeek_eric|Eric Verbeek]]. Together, they make an appointment during which the vendor shows that the finished report is genuine. Preferrably, this is though a live demo, but a screencast is also acceptable.    - When the report is finished, the vendor contacts the representative of the XES WG, which is typically the secretary, [[shared:verbeek_eric|Eric Verbeek]]. Together, they make an appointment during which the vendor shows that the finished report is genuine. Preferrably, this is though a live demo, but a screencast is also acceptable. 
   - When the report indeed supports the requested XES certification levels, the representative of the XES WG starts a round for approval in the XES WG to have the report approved. This round takes two weeks.   - When the report indeed supports the requested XES certification levels, the representative of the XES WG starts a round for approval in the XES WG to have the report approved. This round takes two weeks.