Course Overview

The course shows how SAP business processes and application components (HR, Accounts, Logistics) and application modules (SD, FI and CO) fit together from the viewpoint of user acceptance testing. We will show you how to define the roles, responsibilities and goals for acceptance testing and describe techniques that allow testers to take responsibility for the quality assurance of their SAP systems.

To understand the context in which you will be testing, we look at SAP’s use of menu-based dialogues, SAPGUI and business objects. By confirming your SAP landscape set-up we drive out its impact on your testing environment. We will also show how risk-based testing can be supported by examining the role of SAP ABAP programming in the design and development of new systems.

Acceptance testing is all about measuring confidence to assess whether the system is fit for purpose. This course shows you how to take a risk-based approach to determine whether to “go-live” with your SAP system implementation.

Course Objectives

By the end of the workshop delegates should be able to:

  • Define the plan and testing activities needed for successfully performing UAT on an SAP project
  • Review user requirements to ensure they are clear and testable
  • Determine when to stop testing
  • Model realistic business scenarios
  • Create a quality acceptance test pack
  • Prioritise testing using risk-based testing techniques
  • Create test scripts and test data
  • Manage and report testing progress
  • Demonstrate the role of acceptance testing throughout the software development life-cycle (SDLC)
3 days

This course is intended for those responsible for the acceptance testing of an SAP system or upgrade. This may include business users, business analysts, system analysts, programmers, designers, team leaders and managers.

In particular, this SAP training course is suitable for end users who are responsible for testing specific business areas (such as HR or Accounts) or focused on SAP business modules, such as:

  • AM (Asset Management)
  • CO (Controlling)
  • FI (Financial Accounting)
  • HR (Human Resources)
  • MM (Materials Management)
  • PP (Production Planning)
  • QM (Quality Management)
  • SD (Sales & Distribution)

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