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Testing in the UAT environment

Suggest edit Updated on March 18, 2021

After you complete testing in a test environment, it is common to perform User Acceptance Testing (UAT) in a designated UAT environment, which could be a pre-production environment. UAT ensures that users will be able to successfully complete work and meet business objectives.

Note: Organizations that use Scrum for application development will complete less formal UAT as a part of each sprint cycle.

  1. Verify the integrity of the UAT environment.
  2. Have the end-users (or business analysts acting the role of end-users) run scripts to test all scenarios including boundary and exception testing. The end-users (that is, the trainers, managers, and directors), perform the following steps during UAT.
    1. Verify that there are no major issues.
    2. Review changes to understand the features.
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