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How to Use Oracle User Productivity Kit

How to Use Oracle User Productivity Kit

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This document details how to use Oracle’s User productivity Kit (UPK) to document the steps in the business processes that will aid the user in their daily tasks
This document details how to use Oracle’s User productivity Kit (UPK) to document the steps in the business processes that will aid the user in their daily tasks

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How to Use Oracle UPK
Step-by-Step Guide series
This document details how to use Oracle’s User productivity Kit (UPK) to document the steps in the businessprocesses that will aid the user in their daily tasks
2008
 
Yemi Onigbodee-consulting limitedhttp://www.e-consultant.com April 2008
 
Step-by-Step SeriesYemi Onigbode April 2008 Using Oracle User productivity Kit (UPK)Page | 2
Introduction
When I first heard of UPK, I thought oh no! Not another acronym – In discussions, I even started calling itUKP “UK Product”. What is it? And what does it do? UPK basically helps us to document our businessprocesses based on recording screen interactions with the user, and can be used as an aid to assisting in theConference Room Pilot (CRP), User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and Training stages of an implementation.In this series we are going to look at how to use UPK to develop:-
 
Test scripts
 
Training Guides and
 
Instructor GuidesLet’s start!In this section we will look at creating the “Topic” for the scripts and the guides for iProcurement.
 
Step-by-Step SeriesYemi Onigbode April 2008 Using Oracle User productivity Kit (UPK)Page | 3
Step 1 - Creating a Topic
Opening the UPK Developer
1. On the desktop, double-click the
UPK Developer
icon.
Or 
Click Start > Program Files > User Productivity Kit 3.1 > UPK Developer.

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