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  User acceptance testing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is a process to obtain confirmation by a Subject Matter Expert (SME), preferably the owner or client of the object under test, through trial or review, that the modification or addition meets mutually agreed-upon requirements.
The test designer may or may not be the creator of the formal test cases for the same system.
These tests, which are usually performed by clients or end-users, are not focussed on identifying simple problems such as spelling errors and cosmetic problems, nor show stopper bugs, such as software crashes); testers and developers previously identify and fix these issues during earlier unit testing, integration testing, and system testing phases.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/User_acceptance_testing   (343 words)

 User Acceptance Test   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The software to be user acceptance tested has been successfully system or suite tested.
User acceptance testing is performed by the 'end users' to ensure that the individual elements (menu item, screen, report) and the overall system, provide the desired result or functionality.
Any units rejected during user acceptance testing will be returned to the appropriate stage, for correction of the code or the design.
www.brad.ac.uk /admin/mis/Misprocs/uacctest.htm   (360 words)

 User Acceptance Testing
User Acceptance Testing should be used to test that a product is satisfactory to an end-user or customer, though its role and form do vary from company to company.
The user should be involved in the testing which should be designed to enable him or her to determine if the system meets their business requirements and will work in their business environment.
If they don't know already, users may need to be trained in the purpose and form of UAT, what their responsibilities are, a method of showing the business processes graphically and breaking them down for testing, and in the use of the system under test.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/SNethercott/TestUAT.html   (864 words)

 User Acceptance Testing
Acceptance and periodic testing seminar for elevator professionals
Acceptance tests should be automated so they can be run often.
UAT can be done by in-house testing in which volunteers or paid test subjects use the software or, more typically for widely-distributed software, by making the test version available for downloading and free trial over the Web.
user-acceptance-testing.blogspot.com   (3181 words)

 TSGC - System Testing
Unit Testing is the first step in the testing process, and is usually conducted by the programmer to ensure that a program operates as defined by the User.
User Acceptance Testing is a very critical stage of the testing process since it is managed by the Users to determine if the application meets the terms of the requirements document.
User Acceptance Testing, which is sometimes combined with a Simulated Work Environment, should also ensure that the Users can complete a day's work in a work day.
www.tsgc.com /systems_test.html   (1069 words)

 IMB - USER ACCEPTANCE TEST STANDARDS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Test scripts for any enhancements to the new (replacement system) should be developed as if the application is a new application – basing information of requirement and design documents.
Business process test scripts should be developed and tested to ensure that the new functionality is integrated with the existing application correctly, and to ensure that no existing functionality has been lost in the enhancement process.
Business process test scripts should be developed and tested to ensure that the enhanced functionality is integrated with the existing application correctly, and to ensure that no existing functionality has been lost in the enhancement process.
srmwww.gov.bc.ca /imb/3star/sdlc/6transtn/uat/uat.htm   (1986 words)

 Object Training | User Acceptance Testing Course   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
User acceptance testing is a phase of the software development process, in which the software is subject to scrutiny by the intended users of the application.
The experiences of the user acceptance testers are essential to provide feedback to the development team as to whether that application meets the user requirement for the system.
It is typically the final phase of testing prior to deployment of the application, and frequently used as contractual signoff for handover of the application.
www.objecttraining.com.au /UATE.cfm?lblCourseCode='UATE'   (249 words)

Technical testing and tuning examines the capability of the solution to be operated safely, efficiently and dependably at normal and peak levels of usage.
User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is a common name for the type of testing that forms the basis for the business accepting the solution from its developers (whether internal or external).
If, therefore, the developers' formal testing is done with full participation of the business and with the responsible user managers having prime authority over the content, review and sign-off of the tests, the requirement for user acceptance can be met in a single phase of testing instead of two different phases.
www.epmbook.com /testing.htm   (3829 words)

 Keys to Successful User Acceptance Testing
Users and others on the project may question the need for defined test cases and test scripts, but when viewed in the light of project and business (or operational) risks, the time and resources spent in effective testing are resources well spent.
UAT plans can be reviewed by the UAT team, a Quality Assurance (QA) team or facilitator, the project manager, or any other people with knowledge of testing and the project.
UAT can be one of the most critical and risky types of test on a project, which means that a great deal of care should be taken when planning, executing and evaluating the results of UAT.
www.riceconsulting.com /articles/keys_2_successful_uat.htm   (1532 words)

 Software Testing User Acceptance Courses : Testing Circle
User acceptance testing used to be seen as an activity that was planned and executed just before the system went live.
The business users and their representatives are becoming ever more involved in the delivery process as systems become more user focused.
Testing Circle can also deliver the User Acceptance Testing Introduction and the User Acceptance Testing Techniques courses, as a closed company course, exclusively for your team members, at your company premises or a third party venue to meet your requirements at a date to suit you.
www.testingcircle.com /html/traininguatcourses.html   (257 words)

 Information Security Glossary - User Acceptance Testing - UAT
User Acceptance Testing is a critical phase of any 'systems' project and requires significant participation by the 'End Users'.
To be of real use, an Acceptance Test Plan should be developed in order to plan precisely, and in detail, the means by which 'Acceptance' will be achieved.
The User Acceptance Test Plan will vary from system to system but, in general, the testing should be planned in order to provide a realistic and adequate exposure of the system to all reasonably expected events.
www.yourwindow.to /information-security/gl_useracceptancetestinguat.htm   (652 words)

 What is UAT? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Short for user acceptance testing, typically the final phase in a software development process in which the software is given to the intended audience to be tested for functionality.
UAT is either done by making the software available for a free trial, typically over the Internet, or by using an in-house testing panel comprised of users who would be using the product in real-world applications.
UAT is done in order to get feedback from users to make any final adjustments to the programming before releasing the product to the general public.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/U/UAT.html   (139 words)

 Acceptance testing: The customer is the ultimate judge
Acceptance criteria: Before you begin the acceptance test, the team should know what criteria will be used to decide whether the system is acceptable or not.
Acceptance testing completes the formal testing process and is the only test that is the responsibility of the customer.
After the acceptance test is finished, you should be ready to implement with a high level of confidence that the system will be relatively error-free and stable.
builder.com.com /5100-6374-1044625.html   (773 words)

 Acceptance testing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Acceptance testing is also performed on lots (mechanical parts) or batches (chemicals) of manufactured or produced items.
These test cases must each be accompanied by test case input data or a formal description of the operational activities (or both) to be performed—intended to thoroughly exercise the specific case—and a formal description of the expected results.
A principal purpose of acceptance testing is that, once completed successfully, and provided certain additional (contractually agreed) acceptance criteria are met, the sponsors will then sign off on the system as satisfying the contract (previously agreed between sponsor and manufacturer), and deliver final payment.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Acceptance_test   (491 words)

 Testware's User Acceptance Testing Class
Acceptance testing views the interrelationship of all aspects of the system in its entirety.
Testing at the user level should be approached differently from testing at the system function level.
Although some overlap occurs, the perspective taken and techniques used by the user acceptance group versus the system test team need to be radically different.
www.testware-assoc.com /Classes/UAT.html   (345 words)

 Testware's Acceptance Testing Clients
The systems tested included over 600 simultaneous users, 15 different agency interfaces, nightly weekly, monthly, quarterly, annual and on demand batch processes and over 200 reports.
Tests tracked software application acceptance as well as forwarding applications to appropriate banking branches for follow-up contact.
assisted in the testing of several phases of software development on both mainframe expense reporting software, as well as later development of web-based access to legacy systems.
www.testware-assoc.com /History/Acceptance.html   (318 words)

 User Acceptance Testing
Acceptance test cases should demonstrate that a system complies with user stated requirements, specifications, and conditions.
Effective test cases must test for all business functionality a user is likely to encounter, as well as test for every possible error condition.
Systems users, business analysts, area managers, and anyone else who participates in testing should attend this course and acquire skills in defining and applying acceptance test cases and planning and executing acceptance testing.
hr.dop.wa.gov /training0905/Courses/it_tech/user_acceptance_testing.htm   (164 words)

 User Acceptance Testing
For a Unit to participate in one or both of these testing phases it must have several senior faculty and junior faculty (and/or their research staff), as well as their department administrator interested in participating.
Each "proposal" will be electronically routed for approval, thereby continuing the testing process, therefore anyone in your unit (division and/or department) who approves grants, as well as the proper representatives at the dean's level, should attend a training session.
The results of User Acceptance Testing will be posted on the GCI website (http://www.washington.edu/research/gci).
www.washington.edu /research/gci/pubdocs/testing/uat.html   (467 words)

 tumarc.com - driven by quality | Web Application Testing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Regression testing describes the process of testing new versions of code to verify that changes to existing code work and have not adversely affected areas of the application that were previously signed off as performing correctly.
User acceptance testing is the process of setting up and executing the formal acceptance of the application.
The objectives and tests must be strictly defined in order to gain absolute agreement that these are the criteria the application must meet, in order for the work to be considered complete for the end users.
www.tumarc.com /tumarcc3.html   (638 words)

 User Acceptance Testing Phase
In this phase, the system is fully tested by the client community against the requirements defined in the analysis and design stages, corrections are made as required, and the Production system is built.
These are the documented results of each test, and the reports returned to the developers describing the problems discovered during testing.
Tested and updated user documentation and training materials are finalized during user acceptance testing, and can be sent to Printing and Mailing for distribution to the project sponsor, if necessary.
webware.princeton.edu /dms/public/methodology/dev/testbase.html   (506 words)

 Election TechReports(tm) Newsletter
Their contracts often refer to testing in the form of mock elections or a public tabulation of votes on a "test database." These activities typically last for a day.
Another reason for a lack of user acceptance testing is that it typically occurs only at the end of the implementation project.
Comprehensive, independent user testing before system acceptance and before use on Election Day is simply becoming a necessary part of running an election office because of the systems' complexities.
www.infosentry.com /et_200206-08.htm   (3492 words)

 User Acceptance Testing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Three uses of software testing are described together with the importance of prioritising the tests.
The different types of acceptance testing which need to be considered.are then identified.
UAT is considered to be the final stage of validation.
www.grove.co.uk /Courses/UAT.html   (824 words)

 User Acceptance Testing articles and course details
User Acceptance Testing Courses to give business people the testing skills they need.
Types of testing - what the various types of testing are.
If you are considering a UAT course, or need help with testing a system you are purchasing, then phone us today, or send an e-mail.
www.coleyconsulting.co.uk   (259 words)

 O'Reilly -- Safari Books Online - 0321498143 - UAT Defined: A Guide to Practical User Acceptance Testing as a Silver ...
The ultimate goal of UAT is to validate that a system of products is of sufficient quality to be accepted by the users and, ultimately, the sponsors.
This Short Cut is unique in that it views UAT through the concept that the user should be represented in every step of the software delivery lifecycle--including requirements, designs, testing, and maintenance--so that the user community is prepared, and even eager, to accept the software once it is completed.
Giving the UAT team the tools they need to comprehend the process on their own saves the IT staff from having to explain test management from the beginning.
safari.oreilly.com /0321498143   (356 words)

 CMS Acceptance Testing -- CMS Watch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
For user acceptance testing you need to go back to this core success criteria and create test cases that will validate that you've met those goals in a sustainable manner.
During user acceptance testing all of the players involved will need to see that functionality in action as part of their daily routine to judge if it meets their expectations.
You may be tempted to skip or expedite the requirements checks and user acceptance aspects of testing in order to reach the end of the implementation ("hit the date").
www.cmswatch.com /Features/TopicWatch/FeaturedTopic/?feature_id=117   (1296 words)

 "Structured User Acceptance Testing Course - Randy Rice's Software Testing Site"
Whether you are planning to test vendor-developed or in-house developed applications, the process and techniques covered in this course can enable you to identify the most effective tests and maintain a high level of test coverage.
User acceptance testing does not need to be overwhelming and intimidating.
Prior testing or QA knowledge is not a pre-requisite.
www.riceconsulting.com /training/user_acceptance_testing.htm   (660 words)

 Proactive User Acceptance Testing course offerded by IEEE Boston Section
Lexington Sheraton Hotel, 727 Marrett Rd, Lexington, MA The testing that users need to be confident the software they depend on works.
Systematically expanding acceptance criteria to an acceptance test plan, test designs, and test cases.
This course has been designed for business managers and system users responsible for conducting user acceptance testing of systems they must depend on, as well as for system and project managers, analysts, developers, quality/testing professionals, and auditors.
www.ieeeboston.org /edu/2006spring/proactive_user_accept.htm   (318 words)

 User Acceptance Testing ( UAT ), Beta Testing & End User Testing India - STC Third Eye   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
End user testing is conduced to ensure that the developed system adheres to the user requirements.
Third Eye's UAT service approaches this issue from business user perspective to ensure that the system satisfies the user requirements.
Our feed back on the system for user acceptance enables you to make final changes before delivering the system to your client.
www.stcthirdeye.com /useracceptancetesting.htm   (129 words)

 Strenuus - User Acceptance Testing - Persistent Acceptance Testing
Testing tools are not able to harness the real-life data generated as people use applications
Acceptance testing is a treated as a single event instead of a continuous improvement process
On a different level, it is an innovative approach that tightly integrates the user acceptance testing process into the development lifecycle and beyond.
www.strenuus.com /solutions/persistentacceptancetesting.asp   (464 words)

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