We can use JDK Modules and also we can create our own modules as shown below: Simple Module Example Here We are using ‘module’ to create a simple module.
Each module has a name, related code and other resources.
Once evidence for all critical elements is provided, the validated method will become the official, licensed procedure for that particular product and process step, and it will then support production and product release.
The relationship between "valid" or "suitable and validated" is often overlooked, but there is a high price when "validated" test systems are simply inappropriate.
All ICH validation characteristics should be evaluated during AMV.We have all read, and likely used, this phrase many times when summarizing method-validation results.However, according to Muire-Sluis, development scientists often point out that "validated methods may not be valid."We can generate evidence for the validity of analytical data in the formal method-validation program where all critical parameters are extensively tested under a detailed protocol that includes scientifically justified and logical step-by-step experimental approaches.Multiple critical elements of the AMV protocol are discussed in more detail below.It is only necessary to evaluate one product batch to determine intermediate precision within the AMV protocol.Before Java SE 9 versions, we are using Monolithic Jars to develop Java-Based applications.This architecture has lot of limitations and drawbacks.To avoid all these shortcomings, Java SE 9 is coming with Module System.JDK 9 is coming with 92 modules (may change in final release).We are not evaluating production process variability, so controllable factors should be held constant to obtain meaningful results for variable factors (for example, different operators).AMD is the proper time to evaluate several product batches to provide an overall estimate of batch-to-batch precision.