Posts Tagged ‘UAT’

Client-Side Testing with the Experience Cloud Debugger

Consider the following scenarios: You’ve just launched your brand new Adobe Target optimization campaign but you aren’t sure if you are seeing any campaign content. Your boss has informed you that step 3 or 4 in the Adobe Analytics daily sales funnel report has gone missed as of yesterday. The Sales team has just informed […]

Clear Salesforce Requirements = Clear Defect Tracking

Break these rules and suffer the consequences! If you do not have clearly understood requirements and logged defects, you will spend countless hours debating over what is in scope, what is not in scope, what defect should be fixed and what defect should be backlogged and pushed to a later sprint. One defect, discovered recently […]

Differences Between Usability Testing & User Acceptance Testing

Are usability testing and user acceptance testing (UAT) the same? Some people in the past have told me “yes,” because they are both about the user. My guess is that people who aren’t familiar with UAT see the word “user” and assume it means the “real-life” user. I don’t know who came up with the […]

Log Miner for Your TIBCO Infrastructure

Nowadays all over the world, IT companies are evolving with the term of ‘Automation’. The term Automation describes ‘Huge time and cost saving effort to the consumers’. Keeping in mind that industries have developed many automation tools. In that ocean, I’m going to talk about a few Log Automation tools in the TIBCO landscape. Tools […]

A New Perspective on User Acceptance Testing for CRM Projects

User Acceptance Testing or User Exception Testing? I recently joined a conference call concerning User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and at the start of the meeting it was accidentally called User Exception Testing. Although the meeting participant quickly corrected herself and it wasn’t noticed by the testers, it made a profound impact on me. Over the course of […]

Are Test User Accounts Subject To 21 CFR Part 11?

  On Thursday, April 23, 2015, we delivered a webinar on 21 CFR Part 11, based on a recent blog series. During the Q&A session at the end, someone asked the following question: Regarding user accounts: During the User Acceptance Testing (UAT) of a system, are these accounts regulated the same way or can ‘generic’ […]

Essbase calculations sign off made very easy NOW!

In many Hyperion Essbase projects, getting user acceptance testing complete on time for all the Essbase calculations is an onerous task. It becomes even more complicated while metadata sign off is still on its way for perfection. This is often because the end users are so used to sign off after looking at the reports as a […]