UAT EC.001 - CampusCE - Course/Class [Sprint 2] (Project Archive)

CampusCE - Course/Class

User Acceptance Test Overview

The information below is intended to provide colleges guidance on performing a User Acceptance Test on the CampusCE business process. The business process shown in the flow diagrams below may be only part of what is needed to complete an end-to-end test of a full business cycle. Coordination with other colleagues at your college in advance of commencing testing is key to success. In the same way that it doesn't take a single individual to operate the business of running a college it will require coordination across departments to successfully test a business flow from beginning to end.

Business Process Flow Diagram(s)

Data Scenarios for End-to-End High Level Flow (Tier 1)

The following 'End-to-End' data scenarios need to be tested as part of this process:

  • Review courses and classes in ctcLink PeopleSoft to ensure there are adequate class sections for testing.
  • Review Course/Class elements are correctly brought into CampusCE from PeopleSoft.

How does OKTA Apply to this test set?

CampusCE Access for College Administrators takes place in the CampusCE application.  This access would have been arranged with the service team at CampusCE.  There is NO interface linking your "CampusCE College Admin" access to your "ctcLink" access.  OKTA is not involved in the login process to the CampusCE application.

The FIRST time you login to the User Acceptance Test environment (UAX) you MUST register your OKTA account.  Use this guide to perform that First Step!

OKTA: Activate Account and Reset Password in UAT or SVL

Keep this link handy, as this guide will ALSO help you:

  • Remember how to Login to UAT or SVL
  • Reset Your Password
  • Unlock Your Account
  • Work with you Local Security Administrator to Reset your OKTA User Account

The FIRST step in the testing process for CampusCE  - Course/Class:

EC.001.1 Verify Course/Class Minimum Scenarios in PeopleSoft

Pre-UAT Walk-Through PPT Presentation from DG6

PDF Version of Flow Diagram for Printing


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