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Nokia Multimedia Terminal Gateway Release 1
Part of the Multimedia Messaging Service Application Suite
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Table of Contents
1. About this document............................................................................. 5
1.1 Audience.................................................................................................. 5
1.2 Summary of changes............................................................................... 5
2. Preparing for system acceptance tests............................................... 6
2.1 Browser versions ..................................................................................... 6
2.2 MMSC and SMSC timer settings............................................................. 6
2.3 Bookmarks or Favorites for TGW browser applications .......................... 6
2.4 Logging in as administrator ..................................................................... 7
3. Performing system acceptance tests.................................................. 8
3.1 Administrator or supervisor scenarios ..................................................... 8
3.1.1 Administrator login................................................................................... 8
3.1.2 Supervisor login....................................................................................... 8
3.1.3 MMS Application Administrator help........................................................ 9
3.1.4 Modify admin password........................................................................... 9
3.1.5 Modify supervisor password.................................................................. 10
3.1.6 Create COSes ....................................................................................... 10
3.1.7 Modify COSes ....................................................................................... 11
3.1.8 Create subscribers ................................................................................ 12
3.1.9 Subscriber searches.............................................................................. 13
3.1.10 Modify subscriber .................................................................................. 14
3.1.11 Modify subscriber password.................................................................. 15
3.1.12 Deactivate/reactivate COSes ................................................................ 16
3.1.13 Deactivate/reactivate subscriber ........................................................... 18
3.1.14 Deactivating multiple subscribers .......................................................... 19
3.1.15 View/Modify configuration parameters .................................................. 20
3.1.16 View log files.......................................................................................... 21
3.1.17 Choose TGW events for CDRs, alarms, and log entries ....................... 21
3.2 WAP Subscriber Scenarios ................................................................... 22
3.2.1 TGW WAP help ..................................................................................... 23
3.2.2 WAP New Messages save, browse, retrieve, and view......................... 23
3.2.3 WAP New Messages deletion ............................................................... 24
3.2.4 WAP Personal Album forwarding to another MMT................................ 24
3.2.5 WAP Personal Album forwarding to an e-mail address......................... 25
3.2.6 WAP Personal Album forwarding to multiple MMTs.............................. 26
3.2.7 WAP Personal Album forwarding to a non TGW subscriber ................. 26
3.2.8 WAP Personal Album deleting messages ............................................. 27
3.2.9 WAP Personal Album deleting multiple messages................................ 27
3.2.10 Act on New Messages album, save to the Personal Album, and
act on messages in the Personal Album............................................... 28
3.3 Web Subscriber Scenarios .................................................................... 29
3.3.1 TGW Web subscriber help .................................................................... 29



3.3.2 Web New Messages send, browse, retrieve, and save
multimedia messages ............................................................................ 29
3.3.3 Web New Messages deleting multimedia messages............................. 30
3.3.4 Web Personal Album forwarding multimedia messages........................ 30
3.3.5 Web Personal Album forwarding to an e-mail address.......................... 31
3.3.6 Web Personal Album forwarding to multiple MMTs............................... 31
3.3.7 Web Personal Album forwarding to a non TGW subscriber .................. 32
3.3.8 Web Personal Album deleting multimedia messages............................ 32
3.3.9 Web Personal Album compose and forward a multimedia
message ................................................................................................ 33
3.3.10 Web Personal Album compose and forward a multimedia
message to multiple MMTs.................................................................... 33
3.3.11 Web Personal Album compose and forward multimedia
messages to multimedia MMTs and e-mail addresses.......................... 34
3.3.12 Web Personal Album deleting multiple multimedia messages in
one session............................................................................................ 34
3.3.13 Web New Messages / Personal Album browse, retrieve, and
save from the New Album to the Personal Album where
message is renamed.............................................................................. 35
3.3.14 Web New Messages / Personal Album multimedia messages
sent to a MMT out of service can be retrieved on the Internet............... 35
4. Appendix - System acceptance test worksheets.............................. 37


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1. About this document
This document describes the system acceptance tests for the Nokia Multimedia
Terminal Gateway (TGW). The test and fault management of TGW are
described in the Generic Failure Report and System Test Report documents.
1.1 Audience
This document is intended for engineers and technical personnel involved in the
installation of the Nokia Multimedia Terminal Gateway (TGW).
1.2 Summary of changes
Date Issue Summary of changes
February 2002 1-0 en First issue.


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2. Preparing for system acceptance tests
The following sections describe the conditions that must exist before acceptance
testing begins.
2.1 Browser versions
The following software must be available when working in one of the TGW
Web interfaces:
1. If using Internet Explorer 5.5, you must install service pack 2 from
Microsoft
2. If using Netscape, use version 4.7 or 6.1 to make full use of online Help
2.2 MMSC and SMSC timer settings
1. Messages go into a subscribers New Messages album after the MMSC
retry timeout is reached. The default is usually 10 minutes. Check your
MMSC so you will know how long to wait for messages sent to a turned
off MMT to get into the subscriber’s New Messages album (NA).
2. Make sure that the retry timer on the SMSC is set to a reasonable time
period so that when a message cannot be delivered, the appropriate SMS
is sent within an appropriate time period. If possible, you may want to
set this timeout for 1 minute or so during this test period.
2.3 Bookmarks or Favorites for TGW browser applications
To access the MMS Application Administrator, type the following URL in your
browser location field:
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For quick access in future sessions, you might want to add the URL to your list
of Favorites.
2.4 Logging in as administrator
For full administrative functionality, log in to MMS Application Administrator
as administrator. Use the following user name and password:
• User name - admin
• Password - admin
To create and modify subscribers, log in to MMS Application Administrator as
supervisor. Use the following user name and password:
• User name - supervisor
• Password - supervisor
To check modifications, type the following TGW Web Subscriber URL into
your browser location field and add the URL to your favorites:
<http://<TGW_server_name> IP:port>/en/websubscriber/.
Set up a favorite in your browser for the non TGW subscriber Web page at:
<http://<server_name> <IP:port>/en/webnonsubscriber/

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3. Performing system acceptance tests
Perform the following procedures in the order they are presented in the sections
below. Record your observations in the tables provided in the worksheet in the
Appendix on page 37.
3.1 Administrator or supervisor scenarios
These scenarios help test the administrator and supervisor functionality. Be sure
to use the context-sensitive and online Help as you perform the scenarios below.
3.1.1 Administrator login
Purpose
To verify the administrator can log in to the TGW with the default user name
and password.
Procedure
1. In your browser location field, enter the MMS Application Administrator
URL defined in your installation.
2. Log in to MMS Application Administrator with the user name admin
and the password admin.
Expected results
The administrator will be logged in to TGW.
3.1.2 Supervisor login
Purpose
To verify the supervisor can log in to TGW with the default user name and
password.
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1. In your browser location field, enter the MMS Application Administrator
URL:
2. Log in to MMS Application Administrator with the user name
supervisor and the password supervisor.
Expected results
The supervisor will be logged in to TGW.
3.1.3 MMS Application Administrator help
Purpose
To verify that the TGW administrator and supervisor online Help systems are
accessible.
Procedure
1. Log in as Administrator.
2. Click the Help navigation button in the left panel.
3. Read all of the Help screens to learn about using the MMS Application
Administrator.
4. Log in as supervisor and check the online Help available to the
supervisor.
Expected results
The administrator and supervisor Help systems display.
3.1.4 Modify admin password
Purpose
To verify that you can modify the administrator password.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Admin Account navigation button on the left panel.
3. Click on the Administrator tab.
4. Modify the password by entering the current password, new password,
and re-entering the new password.
5. Click the Change button.
6. Log out of MMS Application Administrator by clicking on the Log Out
navigation button on the left panel.
7. Log in to the MMS Application Administrator with the new password.

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Expected results
You should be able to log in as administrator using the new password you
defined.
3.1.5 Modify supervisor password
Purpose
To verify that you can modify the supervisor password.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Admin Account navigation button on the left panel.
3. Click on the Supervisor tab.
4. Modify the password by entering the current password, new password,
and re-entering the new password.
5. Click the Change button.
6. Log out of MMS Application Administrator by clicking on the Log Out
navigation button on the left panel.
7. Log in to the MMS Application Administrator as supervisor with the new
password.
Expected Results
You should be able to log in as supervisor using the new password you defined.
3.1.6 Create COSes
Purpose
To verify that the administrator can create Class of Service plans.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Class of Service navigation button on the left panel.
3. Click the Create New COS Plan option in the Class of Service Plans
toolbar.
4. Create a new COS which you would consider a basic service. Make sure
that you fill in all required fields. Complete optional fields that you would
normally use. There are 2 screens, Step 1 of 2 (General tab) and Step 2
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5. Make the settings such that they can be tested on the subscriber. For
example, make the NA and PA expiration three days, and the size of the
NA and PA small.
6. Create a second COS which you would consider a premium service. Fill
in all required fields and others that you would normally use.
7. Enter settings that can be tested by the subscriber. For example, make the
NA and PA expiration three days and the size of the NA and PA small.
8. During the evaluation period, make sure that messages expire for the
different COSes as you have defined and that the album size restrictions
take effect.
Expected results
Two Class of Service plans with different parameters will be created.
3.1.7 Modify COSes
Purpose
To verify that the Class of Service can be modified.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Class of Service navigation button on the left panel.
3. In the Class of Service Plans screen, select the basic COS plan created in
Test 3.
4. Modify the COS.
5. Enter settings that can be tested by the subscriber. For example, change
the NA and PA expiration to 2 days and the size of the NA and PA to
1MB.
6. Click the Update option in the toolbar.
7. In the Class of Service Plans screen, select the premium COS plan
created in Test 3.
8. Modify the COS.
9. Enter settings that can be tested on the subscriber. For example, change
the NA and PA expiration to 5 days and the size of the NA and PA to
10MB.
Expected results
Both Classes of Services will be successfully modified.

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3.1.8 Create subscribers
Purpose
To verify that the administrator and the supervisor can create subscribers.
Procedure
1. Log in as supervisor.
2. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
3. Click the Create New Subscriber option in the Subscriber Search Criteria
toolbar.
4. Create a new subscriber, making sure that you fill in all required fields.
Complete any optional fields that you would normally use.
5. Assign the basic COS to the subscriber.
6. Click Finish on the toolbar.
7. Create another subscriber with the same last name, making sure that you
fill in all required fields. Complete any optional fields that you would
normally use.
8. Assign the premium COS to the subscriber.
9. Log out of the MMS Application Administrator.
10. Log in as that subscriber by choosing the favorite in your browser for the
TGW Subscriber page and typing in the user name and password you
assigned to the subscriber created last.
11. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar of the
Multimedia messages List screen.
12. Log in as administrator.
13. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
14. Click the Create New Subscriber option in the Subscriber Search Criteria
toolbar.
15. Create a new subscriber, making sure that you fill in all required fields.
Complete any optional fields that you would normally use.
16. Assign the basic COS to the subscriber.
17. Create another subscriber with the same address and e-mail address
(make sure the device e-mail address is different).
18. Assign the premium COS to the subscriber.
19. Log in as that subscriber by choosing the favorite in your browser for the
TGW Subscriber page and typing in the user name and password you
assigned to the subscriber created last.
20. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar of the
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Expected results
Two subscribers are created by the administrator, and two subscribers are
created by the supervisor.
3.1.9 Subscriber searches
Purpose
To verify that subscriber searches can be performed with all available criteria by
both the administrator and the supervisor.
Procedure
1. Log in as supervisor.
2. Create a total of 51 subscribers (they do not have to be “real” with valid
MSISDNs and e-mail addresses).
3. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
4. Search for subscribers with the following choices in the Search for, text
box, Show, and Records per page fields:
Search for Text box Show Records
Last Name <last name shared by 2
subscribers>
Active 50
User Name <specific user name of a
subscriber>
Active 50
Last Name <blank field> All 50
MSISDN <+1country code of your
subscribers>
All 50

5. Use the First, Previous, and Next buttons to see the pages of subscriber
records.
6. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar of the
Multimedia messages List screen.
7. Log in as administrator.
8. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
9. Search for subscribers with the following choices in the Search for, text
box, Show, and Records per page fields:
Search for Text box Show Records
Last Name <last name shared by 2
subscribers>
Active 50

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User Name <specific user name of a
subscriber>
Active 50
Last Name <blank field> All 50
MSISDN <+1country code of your
subscribers>
All 50

Expected results
Each search displays the appropriate subscribers.
3.1.10 Modify subscriber
Purpose
To verify that the administrator and the supervisor can modify subscriber data.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
3. Search for a particular subscriber using MSISDN.
4. Select the subscriber.
5. Modify fields for the subscriber.
6. Log out from the MMS Application Administrator by clicking on the Log
Out navigation button on the left panel.
7. Log in as that subscriber by choosing the favorite in your browser for the
TGW subscriber page and typing in the user name and password you
assigned to the modified subscriber.
8. Click on the My Settings option in the toolbar on the Messages List
screen.
9. Validate the modified settings.
10. Log Out from the subscriber by clicking on the Log Out option in the
toolbar.
11. Log in to the MMS Application Administrator as supervisor.
12. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
13. Search for another subscriber via e-mail address.
14. Select the subscriber.
15. Modify fields for the subscriber.
16. Log out from the MMS Application Administrator by clicking on the Log
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17. Log in as that subscriber by choosing the favorite in your browser for the
TGW subscriber page and typing in the user name and password you
assigned to the modified subscriber.
18. Click on the My Settings option in the toolbar on the Messages List
screen.
19. Validate the modified settings.
20. Log Out from the subscriber by clicking on the Log Out option in the
toolbar.
Expected results
Personal data was modified for subscribers by both the administrator and the
supervisor.
3.1.11 Modify subscriber password
Purpose
To verify that the administrator and supervisor can change a subscriber’s
password.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
3. Search for a particular subscriber using an e-mail address.
4. Select the subscriber.
5. Click the Change Password button.
6. Modify the subscriber’s password.
7. Click the OK button in the pop-up.
8. Log out from the MMS Application Administrator by clicking on the Log
Out navigation button on the left panel.
9. Log in as that subscriber by choosing the favorite in your browser for the
TGW subscriber page and typing in the user name and password you
originally assigned to the subscriber. You should receive an error.
10. Log in as that subscriber typing in the user name and new password
assigned to the subscriber.
11. Log out from the subscriber by clicking on the Log Out option in the
toolbar.
12. Log in to the MMS Application Administrator as supervisor.
13. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.

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14. Search for a particular subscriber using Class of Service (choose the
premium service).
15. Select the subscriber.
16. Click the Change Password button.
17. Modify the subscriber’s password.
18. Click the OK button in the pop-up.
19. Log out from the MMS Application Administrator by clicking on the Log
Out navigation button on the left panel.
20. Log in as that subscriber by choosing the favorite in your browser for the
TGW subscriber page and typing in the user name and password you
originally assigned to the subscriber. You should receive an error.
21. Log in as that subscriber typing in the user name and new password
assigned to the subscriber.
Expected results
Subscribers are able to log in to TGW with new passwords assigned by the
administrator and supervisor.
3.1.12 Deactivate/reactivate COSes
Purpose
To verify that Classes of Services can be deactivated and then reactivated.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Class of Service navigation button on the left panel.
3. In the Class of Service Plans screen, select a basic service COS by
clicking its name.
4. Click the Inactive button and then click the Update option in the toolbar.
5. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
6. Search for a subscriber in one of the premium COS plans using Class of
Service.
7. Select a subscriber.
8. Attempt to assign the deactivated COS to the subscriber by choosing the
deactivated COS from the Class of Service drop down list (this should
not be possible).
9. Click the Class of Service navigation button on the left panel.
10. In the Class of Service Plans screen, select the inactive basic service COS
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11. Click the Active button and then click the Update option in the toolbar.
12. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
13. Search for a subscriber in one of the premium COS plans via Class of
Service.
14. Select a subscriber.
15. Assign the reactivated COS to the subscriber by choosing the newly
activated COS from the Class of Service drop down list.
16. Click the Class of Service navigation button on the left panel.
17. In the Class of Service Plans screen, select both basic service plans by
clicking on their preceding check boxes.
18. Click the Deactivate option in the toolbar.
19. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
20. Search for a subscriber in one of the premium COS plans via Class of
Service.
21. Select a subscriber.
22. Attempt to assign the deactivated COS to the subscriber by choosing the
deactivated COS from the Class of Service drop down list (this should
not be possible).
23. Click the Class of Service navigation button on the left panel.
24. In the Class of Service Plans screen, select one inactive basic service
COS by clicking its name.
25. Click the Active button and then click the Update option in the toolbar.
26. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
27. Search for a subscriber in one of the premium COS plans using Class of
Service.
28. Select a subscriber.
29. Assign the reactivated COS to the subscriber by choosing the newly
activated COS from the Class of Service drop down list.
30. Log out from MMS Application Administrator.
31. Log in to MMS Application Administrator as administrator.
32. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
33. Search for the subscriber in the reactivated basic COS plan using Class of
Service.
34. Select the subscriber.
35. Verify the assignment of the subscriber to the basic COS.
Expected results

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A Class of service is deactivated and no subscribers can be assigned to it. When
the Class of Service is reactivated, a subscriber can be assigned to that Class of
Service.
3.1.13 Deactivate/reactivate subscriber
Purpose
To verify that subscribers can be deactivated and later reactivated.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
3. Search for the subscriber just assigned to the reactivated basic COS plan.
4. Select the subscriber by clicking on the subscriber’s name.
5. Click the Inactive button.
6. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
7. Attempt to log in as the deactivated subscriber (you should not be able to
log in).
8. Log in to MMS Application Administrator as supervisor.
9. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
10. Search for a subscriber in the other basic COS plan.
11. Select the subscriber by clicking in the check box next to the subscriber’s
name.
12. Click the Deactivate option on the toolbar.
13. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
14. Attempt to log in as the deactivated subscriber (you should not be able to
log in).
15. Log in to MMS Application Administrator as administrator.
16. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
17. Search for one of the deactivated subscribers via Show Inactive.
18. Select the subscriber by clicking on the subscriber’s name.
19. Click the Active button.
20. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
21. Log in as the reactivated subscriber.
22. Log out as the subscriber.
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24. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
25. Search for the other deactivated subscriber using Show Inactive.
26. Select the subscriber by clicking on the subscriber’s name.
27. Click the Active button.
28. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
29. Log in as the reactivated subscriber.
Expected results
After a subscriber is deactivated, the subscriber cannot log in to TGW. After the
subscriber is reactivated, the subscriber can log in to TGW.
3.1.14 Deactivating multiple subscribers
Purpose
To verify that multiple subscribers can be deactivated and reactivated in one
session.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
3. Search for the two subscribers in the premium COS plan.
4. Select the subscribers by clicking in the check boxes next to the
subscribers’ names.
5. Click the Deactivate option on the toolbar.
6. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
7. Attempt to log in as the deactivated subscribers (you should not be able to
log in).
8. Log in to MMS Application Administrator as administrator.
9. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.
10. Search for one of the deactivated subscribers using Show Inactive.
11. Select the subscriber by clicking on the subscriber’s name.
12. Click the Active button.
13. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
14. Log in as the reactivated subscriber.
15. Log out as the subscriber.
16. Log in to MMS Application Administrator as supervisor.
17. Click the Subscribers navigation button on the left panel.

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18. Search for the other deactivated subscriber using Show Inactive.
19. Select the subscriber by clicking on the subscriber’s name.
20. Click the Active button.
21. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
22. Log in as the reactivated subscriber.
Expected results
Inactive subscribers cannot log in to TGW. When the subscribers are
reactivated, they can log in to TGW.
3.1.15 View/Modify configuration parameters
Purpose
To verify that TGW configuration parameters can be viewed, modified, and
reset.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Select the Configuration navigation button on the left panel.
3. Browse the parameter folders on the left in the System tab.
4. Check for any parameters specific to your installation.
5. Change the parameters for the location of your log file and the rotation of
the log files.
6. Click on the Reset option in the toolbar.
7. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
8. Log in as administrator.
9. Select the Configuration navigation button on the left panel.
10. Check the log parameters for the location and rotation of log files (make
sure they are the default values).
11. Change the parameters for the location of your log file and the rotation of
the log files.
12. Click on the Update option in the toolbar.
13. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
14. Log back in to MMS Application Administrator as administrator.
15. Select the Configuration navigation button on the left panel.
16. Check the log parameters for the location and rotation of log files (make
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Expected results
The configuration parameters controlling the location and rotation of log files
are modified and also reset to the last saved values.
3.1.16 View log files
Purpose
To verify that the log files can be displayed and downloaded for archiving.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Log navigation button on the left panel.
3. Click on the name of the log file to view it.
4. Download the log file to your local computer.
5. Open that file to be sure that it can be viewed.
Expected results
Log files are displayed within the MMS Application Administrator and are also
downloaded to a local computer.
3.1.17 Choose TGW events for CDRs, alarms, and log entries
Purpose
To verify that any combination of TGW events can be selected to generate
SNMP alarms, CDRs, and log entries.
Procedure
1. Log in as administrator.
2. Click the Configure navigation button on the left panel.
3. Click the Events tab.
4. Uncheck the box under Log Entry for
WEB_SUBSCRIBER_RENAME_MSG.
5. Check the box under SNMP Alarm for Delete Msg.
6. Check the box under CDR for WEB_SUBSCRIBER_VIEW_MSG.
7. Log out from MMS Application Administrator.
8. Log in as a subscriber to the subscriber Web page.
9. Rename a MM from your Personal Album.
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11. Log in to MMS Application Administrator as administrator.
12. Click the Log navigation button on the left panel.
13. Click the name of the current log file.
14. Verify that there is no entry for the renaming of the MM.
15. Log out of MMS Application Administrator.
16. Log in as a subscriber to the subscriber Web page.
17. Delete a message from the New Messages album.
18. Check your NMS (Network Management System) for an alarm from
TGW for a deleted message.
19. As the subscriber, select a New Message and view it.
20. Log out as subscriber.
21. View your billing file on the TGW server (check your configuration
parameters for the location of the .cdr and .xml billing files; files are
named by timestamp).
22. Verify a CDR was written for the subscriber viewing the MM.
Expected results
Events selected to be logged, trapped as alarms, and to generate CDRs, are
displayed in appropriate log entries, NMS screens, and billing files.
3.2 WAP Subscriber Scenarios
These scenarios help test the WAP subscriber functionality. You will need two
subscribers and three MMTs for these tests.
You will need to set up your Nokia 9210 terminals for the WAP scenarios
below.
1. Configure your WAP settings and Internet Access Point as if you were a
subscriber.
2. Press Menu on your phone keypad.
3. Select Bookmark.
4. Add the following bookmark:

<http://<TGW_server_name> IP:port>/en/wapsubscriber/login.wml
5. Assign the bookmark a name such as TGW.
To connect to TGW from your phone follow the steps below:
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2. Select WAP.
3. Select your TGW bookmark name.
4. Click Log In on the Welcome screen.
5. Enter the subscriber user name and then password.
6. Click Log In.
3.2.1 TGW WAP help
Purpose
To verify that WAP subscribers Help is available on the terminal.
Procedure
1. Log in as a TGW subscriber.
2. Click the Help options in the different screens.
3. Read all of the Help screens to learn about using TGW as a subscriber on
a MMT.
Expected results
WAP subscriber Help screen are accessible on the terminal.
3.2.2 WAP New Messages save, browse, retrieve, and view
Purpose
To verify that the following actions can be performed through the subscriber
WAP interface: browse, retrieve, view, and save multimedia messages.
Procedure
1. Send ten multimedia messages from a MMT to another subscriber’s
MMT that is turned off (the multimedia messages will end up in New
Messages of the destination subscriber).
2. Turn on the subscriber’s MMT (you will see an SMS that the messages
are in the NA).
3. Log in as the TGW subscriber on the MMT that is now turned on.
4. Browse New Messages.
5. Retrieve one multimedia message.
6. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
7. View the multimedia message.
8. Log in as the TGW subscriber.

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9. Save each of the ten multimedia messages, giving each a unique name
(they will go into your Personal Album).
10. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
11. Log back in and check your Personal Album for the ten messages.
Expected results
Between two terminals ten messages are sent to the New Album of another
MMT. The messages are browsed, retrieved, viewed, and saved to the Personal
Album.
3.2.3 WAP New Messages deletion
Purpose
To verify that messages can be deleted from the New Album.
Procedure
1. Send a multimedia message to a subscriber’s MMT that is turned off.
2. Turn on the subscriber’s MMT (you will see an SMS that the messages
are in your NA).
3. Log in as the TGW subscriber whose MMT is now back on.
4. Browse New Messages.
5. Retrieve one multimedia message.
6. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
7. View the multimedia message.
8. Log in as the TGW subscriber.
9. Delete the multimedia message by choosing the Delete option and
confirming.
10. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
11. Log in and verify the multimedia message is deleted.
Expected results
The multimedia message is removed from the New Album.
3.2.4 WAP Personal Album forwarding to another MMT
Purpose
To verify that multimedia message can be forwarded from a Personal Album to
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Procedure
1. Log in as a TGW subscriber.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve one multimedia message
4. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
5. View the multimedia message.
6. Log in as the TGW subscriber.
7. Forward the multimedia message to a turned off MMT.
8. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
9. Turn on the MMT.
10. Log in to the previously turned off MMT.
11. Verify that there is an SMS message showing a message delivery.
Expected results
The multimedia message forwarded from one terminal is received on the
recipient terminal.
3.2.5 WAP Personal Album forwarding to an e-mail address
Purpose
To verify that a multimedia message can be forwarded to an e-mail address.
Procedure
1. Log in as a TGW subscriber.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve one multimedia message.
4. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
5. View the multimedia message.
6. Log in as the TGW subscriber.
7. Forward the multimedia message, with added text, to an e-mail address of
a TGW subscriber.
8. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
9. Check the e-mail account of the TGW subscriber for the message with
added text.
Expected results
The multimedia message is received by the e-mail recipient.

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3.2.6 WAP Personal Album forwarding to multiple MMTs
Purpose
To verify that a multimedia message can be forwarded to multiple MMTs in one
forward action.
Procedure
1. Log in as a TGW subscriber.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve the first multimedia message.
4. Retrieve the second multimedia message.
5. Retrieve the third multimedia message.
6. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
7. View the multimedia messages.
8. Log in as a TGW subscriber.
9. Forward three messages from the PA to three different TGW subscriber
MMTs.
10. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
11. Log in as each TGW subscriber.
12. Verify the messages were received by each subscriber.
Expected results
The multimedia message is received by each MMT.
3.2.7 WAP Personal Album forwarding to a non TGW subscriber
Purpose
To verify that a multimedia message can be forwarded to a mobile phone owner
who does not subscribe to TGW.
Procedure
1. Log in as a TGW subscriber.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve one multimedia message.
4. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
5. View the multimedia message.
6. Log in as the TGW subscriber.
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8. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
9. Verify that the non TGW subscriber gets an SMS indicating the URL for
message pick-up, message ID, password, and expiration time of the
message.
Expected results
A multimedia message SMS notification is received by the mobile phone owner
showing the message can be retrieved on the Internet.
3.2.8 WAP Personal Album deleting messages
Purpose
To verify that a multimedia message can be deleted from a Personal Album.
Procedure
1. Log in as a TGW subscriber.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve one multimedia message.
4. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
5. View the multimedia message.
6. Log in as the TGW subscriber.
7. Delete a multimedia message by choosing the Delete option and
confirming the deletion.
8. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
9. Log back in and verify that the message was deleted.
Expected results
The multimedia message is removed from the Personal Album.
3.2.9 WAP Personal Album deleting multiple messages
Purpose
To verify that multiple multimedia messages can be deleted from the Personal
Album in one session.
Procedure
1. Log in as a TGW subscriber.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve three multimedia messages.

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4. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
5. View the multimedia messages.
6. Log in as the TGW subscriber.
7. Delete the three multimedia messages by choosing the Multidelete and
then Delete option and confirming the deletions.
8. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
9. Log back in and verify that the messages were deleted.
Expected results
Three multimedia messages are removed from the Personal Album.
3.2.10 Act on New Messages album, save to the Personal Album, and act on
messages in the Personal Album
Purpose
To verify that multimedia messages can be acted upon in the New Album, saved
in the Personal Album, and then acted upon in the Personal Album.
Procedure
1. Log in as a TGW subscriber.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve one new multimedia message from New Messages.
4. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
5. View the multimedia message.
6. Log in as the TGW subscriber.
7. Save the multimedia message to your Personal Album.
8. Browse your Personal Album.
9. Rename the multimedia message you just saved.
10. Forward the renamed MM to two MMTs and two e-mail addresses.
11. Log out by selecting the Log Out link and confirming.
12. Verify that both MMTs received the renamed MM.
13. Verify that both e-mail addresses received the renamed MM.
Expected results
Multimedia messages are viewed in the New Album, saved in the Personal
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3.3 Web Subscriber Scenarios
These scenarios help test the Web subscriber functionality. Be sure to use the
context-sensitive and online Help as you perform the scenarios below.
You will need three subscribers and three MMTs for these tests.
3.3.1 TGW Web subscriber help
Purpose
To verify that online Help is available to the Web subscriber.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Click the Help option in the Multimedia messages List screen toolbar.
3. Read all of the Help screens to learn about using the Web subscriber
application.
Expected results
Online Help is accessible by the subscriber on the Web.
3.3.2 Web New Messages send, browse, retrieve, and save multimedia messages
Purpose
To verify that a Web subscriber can send, browse, retrieve, and save multimedia
messages from the New Album to the Personal Album.
Procedure
1. Send a multimedia message to a subscriber’s MMT that is turned off.
2. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
3. Browse New Messages.
4. Retrieve and view the multimedia message.
5. Save the multimedia message to your Personal Album by clicking Save
and giving the message a name.
6. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
7. Log in to the same account and verify the message is not in the NA but is
now in the PA.
Expected results
Through a browser, the subscriber sends, browses, retrieves, and saves
multimedia messages in the New Album.

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3.3.3 Web New Messages deleting multimedia messages
Purpose
To verify that multimedia message can be deleted from the New Album on the
Internet.
Procedure
1. Send a multimedia message to a subscriber’s MMT that is turned off.
2. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
3. Browse New Messages.
4. Retrieve and view the multimedia message.
5. Delete the multimedia message and confirm the deletion.
6. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
7. Log in and verify the multimedia message was deleted.
Expected results
A multimedia message is removed from the New Album.
3.3.4 Web Personal Album forwarding multimedia messages
Purpose
To verify that multimedia messages can be forwarded from the Personal Album
on the Internet.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. View the subscriber’s settings by clicking on the My Settings option in
the toolbar.
4. Click Cancel and cancel out of My Settings.
5. Retrieve / view 1 multimedia message.
6. Forward the multimedia message to a subscriber’s MMT.
7. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
8. Log in as the TGW subscriber and verify that the message was received.
Expected results
A multimedia message is forwarded to an MMT from a Personal Album on the
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3.3.5 Web Personal Album forwarding to an e-mail address
Purpose
To verify that a multimedia message can be forwarded from a Personal Album
on the Internet to an e-mail address.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve and view one multimedia message.
4. Forward the multimedia message to an e-mail address by clicking the
Forward button.
5. Address the message, add text to the message, and click Send.
6. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
7. Verify that the e-mail address received the forwarded message with
added text.
Expected results
The multimedia message is received by the recipient’s e-mail address.
3.3.6 Web Personal Album forwarding to multiple MMTs
Purpose
To verify that multimedia messages can be forwarded to multiple MMTs from
the Internet.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve and view the first multimedia message.
4. Forward the multimedia message, with added text, to a subscriber MMT.
5. Browse your Personal Album.
6. Retrieve and view the second multimedia message.
7. Forward the multimedia message, with added text, to a subscriber MMT.
8. Browse your Personal Album.
9. Retrieve and view the third multimedia message.
10. Forward the multimedia message, with added text, to a subscriber MMT.
11. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.

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12. Log in to each of the three subscriber accounts and verify that they
received the forwarded messages with the added text.
Expected results
Three MMTs received the multimedia message forwarded from the Personal
Album on the Internet.
3.3.7 Web Personal Album forwarding to a non TGW subscriber
Purpose
To verify that a multimedia message can be forwarded to a mobile phone owner
who does not subscribe to TGW.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Retrieve and view one multimedia message.
4. Forward the multimedia message to a non TGW subscriber.
5. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
6. Verify that the non TGW subscriber gets an SMS indicating the URL for
message pick-up, message ID, password, and expiration time of the
message.
7. Go to the URL shown in the SMS, enter the message ID and password
from the SMS.
8. Verify that the multimedia message sent is displayed.
Expected results
The mobile phone owner receives an SMS displaying the URL, message ID,
and password to be used to retrieve the multimedia message o the Internet.
3.3.8 Web Personal Album deleting multimedia messages
Purpose
To verify that a multimedia message can be deleted from the Personal Album
on the Internet.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
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4. Delete the multimedia message and confirm the deletion.
5. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
6. Log back in and verify that the message was deleted.
Expected results
The multimedia message is removed from the Personal Album on the Internet.
3.3.9 Web Personal Album compose and forward a multimedia message
Purpose
To verify that a subscriber can compose a multimedia message on the Internet
and forward it to MMTs and e-mail addresses.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Compose a multimedia message with a .gif and text part by clicking the
Compose button.
3. Send the multimedia message to both an MMT and an e-mail address.
4. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
5. Verify that the message is received by both the e-mail address and the
MMT.
Expected results
The newly composed multimedia message is forwarded on the Internet to an
MMT and e-mail address.
3.3.10 Web Personal Album compose and forward a multimedia message to multiple
MMTs
Purpose
To verify that a multimedia message can be composed on the Internet and
forwarded to multiple MMTs.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Compose a multimedia message with a gif and text part by clicking the
Compose button.
3. Send the multimedia message to three MMTs.
4. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
5. Verify that the message was received by all three MMTs.

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Expected results
The multimedia message is received by three MMTs.
3.3.11 Web Personal Album compose and forward multimedia messages to
multimedia MMTs and e-mail addresses
Purpose
To verify tat the subscriber can compose a multimedia message on the Internet
and forward it to multiple MMTs and e-mail addresses.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Compose a multimedia message with a jpeg and text part by clicking the
Compose button.
3. Send the multimedia message to three MMTs and three e-mail addresses.
4. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
5. Verify that the message was received by all three MMTs and the three e-
mail addresses.
Expected results
Three MMTs and three separate e-mail addresses receive the multimedia
message composed on the Internet.
3.3.12 Web Personal Album deleting multiple multimedia messages in one session
Purpose
To verify that in one browser session the subscriber can delete multiple
messages from the Personal Album.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Browse your Personal Album.
3. Click the Multidelete button.
4. Select three messages from your Personal Album.
5. Click the Delete button and confirm the deletion.
6. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
7. Log back in and verify that the messages were deleted.
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Three messages are removed from the Personal Album.
3.3.13 Web New Messages / Personal Album browse, retrieve, and save from the
New Album to the Personal Album where message is renamed
Purpose
To verify that a multimedia message saved form the New Album to the Personal
Album is renamed.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Browse New Messages.
3. Retrieve and view one new multimedia message.
4. Save the multimedia message to your Personal Album by clicking Save
and giving the message a name.
5. Browse your Personal album and verify the message has been saved.
6. Rename the multimedia message just saved.
7. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
8. Log back in and verify that the Personal Album message has the new
name.
Expected results
The multimedia message saved to the Personal Album is renamed with the new
name.
3.3.14 Web New Messages / Personal Album multimedia messages sent to a MMT
out of service can be retrieved on the Internet
Purpose
To verify that an MMT not available when a multimedia message is sent will
display an SMS when the MMT is again available.
Procedure
1. Log in to the TGW Web subscriber page.
2. Turn your MMT off.
3. Click the Compose button.
4. Compose a multimedia message with a gif and text part.
5. Send the multimedia message to “your MSISDN”.
6. Turn on your MMT.

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7. Verify that you receive an SMS on your phone that you have a message.
8. Refresh your browser.
9. Browse your New Messages and verify that the message is in your NA.
10. Select the multimedia message.
11. Save the multimedia message to your Personal Album by clicking Save
and giving the message a name.
12. Log out by clicking on the Log Out option in the toolbar.
13. Log back in to the subscriber account and verify that the multimedia
message was saved in the PA.
Expected results
When the MMT is turned back on, the subscriber sees an SMS announcing that
there is a new message in the New Album.


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4. Appendix - System acceptance test
worksheets

Use the following pages to record results from the system tests.

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Section
number
Description OK Notes
3.1.1 Administrator login
3.1.2 Supervisor login
3.1.3 MMS Application
Administrator help

3.1.4 Modify admin password
3.1.5 Modify supervisor
password

3.1.6 Create COSes
3.1.7 Modify COSes
3.1.8 Create subscribers
3.1.9 Subscriber searches
3.1.10 Modify subscriber
3.1.11 Modify subscriber
Password

3.1.12 Deactivate/reactivate
COSes

3.1.13 Deactivate/reactivate
subscriber

3.1.14 Deactivating multiple
subscribers

3.1.15 View/modify
configuration parameters

3.1.16 View log files
3.1.17 Choose TGW events for
CDRs, alarms, and Log
entries

3.2.1 TGW WAP help
3.2.2 WAP New Messages
save, browse, retrieve,
and view

3.2.3 WAP New Messages
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Section
number
Description OK Notes
3.2.4 WAP Personal Album
forwarding to another
MMT scenario 1

3.2.5 WAP Personal Album
forwarding to an e-mail
address

3.2.6 WAP Personal Album
forwarding to multiple
MMTs

3.2.7 WAP Personal Album
forwarding to a non
TGW subscriber

3.2.8 WAP Personal Album
deleting messages

3.2.9 WAP Personal Album
deleting multiple
messages

3.2.10 Act on New Messages
album, save to the
Personal Album, and act
on messages in the
Personal Album

3.3.1 TGW Web subscriber
help

3.3.2 Web New Messages
send, browse, retrieve,
and save multimedia
messages

3.3.3 Web New Messages
deleting multimedia
messages

3.3.4 Web Personal Album
forwarding multimedia
messages

3.3.5 Web Personal Album
forwarding to an e-mail
address


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Section
number
Description OK Notes
3.3.6 Web Personal Album
forwarding to multiple
MMTs

3.3.7 Web Personal Album
forwarding to a non
TGW subscriber

3.3.8 Web Personal Album
deleting multimedia
messages

3.3.9 Web Personal Album
compose and forward a
multimedia message

3.3.10 Web Personal Album
compose and forward a
multimedia message to
multiple MMTs

3.3.11 Web Personal Album
compose and forward
multimedia messages to
multimedia MMTs and
e-mail addresses

3.3.12 Web Personal Album
deleting multiple
multimedia messages in
one session

3.3.13 Web New Messages /
Personal Album scenario
1

3.3.14 Web New Messages /
Personal Album
multimedia messages
sent to a MMT Out of
Service can be retrieved
on the Internet