The User Acceptance Test (UAT) Script is a test script which takes a
tester through some basic usage patterns to determine if any
functionality has been broken.
User Acceptance Testing is the process of making sure that the user is
happy with the state of the application before it is released.
There are two phases of the OpenLP UAT. The first phase is a "fresh"
installation of OpenLP, and the second phase is a "old" installation of
a previous version of OpenLP.
The first phase of UAT starts with a new installation of OpenLP, and
tests the basic functionality with no previous data.
Run through the steps below to test OpenLP. Take notes along the way for
any behaviour that seems unusual or opaque, or anything that does not
work according to the list below.
If there is anything that seemed out of the ordinary, anything that did
not work according to the above script, send it to the developers for
The second phase of UAT starts with an installation of a previous
version of OpenLP (currently 2.0.5), and tests the basic functionality
with possibly broken data.