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    huh? nonsense is evil we don't want it in here... talking from my viewpoint


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    Quote Originally Posted by liam townsned View Post
    what are the user acceptance procedures
    For what?
    Without wishing to overstate my case, everything in the observable universe definitely has its origins in Northamptonshire -- Alan Moore
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    If you are looking for the Frequently Asked Question section and guide to General Forum Usage, I have provided a link that should be of assistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liam townsned View Post
    what are the user acceptance procedures
    Acceptance testing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurieag View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by liam townsned View Post
    what are the user acceptance procedures
    Acceptance testing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    THIS: is absurd. jocular
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    Absurd?

    Learning from the Qld Health payroll fiasco | Business Spectator

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    quote]What began as a $6.19 million contract between the State of Queensland and IBM Australia to replace QLD Health’s aging payroll system eventually led to over 35,000 payroll anomalies and will ultimately cost taxpayers $1.25 billion.
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    The system failed critical user acceptance testing (UAT) processes but instead of addressing the issues, the bar for testing was simply lowered and less stringent guidelines adopted in an effort to get the system out the door to meet a time imperative.
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    Quote Originally Posted by liam townsned View Post
    what are the user acceptance procedures
    I am not a clairvoyant.. Until you tell me of what you speak I do not know...
    ~ I saw the word 'HELP !' and would like to think I might be able to... But what are you talking about ?
    Is it entry to the forum, or finance issues.. ? Is there chewing gum on your carpet or has your cat just _____ ?
    ~ and welcome..
    If you are just asking of what is required of you to be excepted here.. That's just happened. You are here, we see your post..
    The rules are simple.. ( read them ) end of story..
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    for what it's worth, user acceptance testing is basically a technical term used by programmers that when they've finished a job for a customer, they essentially ask "is this good enough for you, gov ?" and then the user becomes the beta tester in order to try and find bugs not detected by the programmer
    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away." (Philip K. Dick)
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