I'm curious as to what exactly the verify option does.
I know on some other games I have tried it on, steam will end up downloading some files, but apparently not all files are included in this.
The tool contains all of the validations that are practical to run at the local level on submissions that may be either partial or complete.
Further validations are processed by the TSDS system itself on the data as it is loaded to the ODS (#2 above), and when an LEA or ESC marks their PEIMS collection as complete (#3).
Some of these validations include cross-category validations that can only be run on full PEIMS submissions; others are specific to the different subcategories and categories of the collection.
All validations used in TSDS are listed in the Texas Education Data Standards in Sections 3 and 5.
It's a good idea to always validate uploaded files first with standard, non-concrete5-specific validation.
trait which provides a convenient method to validate incoming HTTP request with a variety of powerful validation rules.
After that I had to wait for the 10GB game to download and install itself.
Do not run the verification process while performing other system-intensive processes, such as defragmenting your hard drive or scanning for viruses.
Do not run this process for multiple games at the same time.
I realize that many times when there is an issue with a game on Steam, it can be solved with "Verify Integrity of Game Cache". I tried running Darksiders and it gave me an error of "Missing Executable", so I figured the verify would easily catch that and install the missing files.
I was wrong, though, since the validation found no problems with the installation and the game continued to not launch from the same error.