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    WHATS NEW IN ORACLE USER PRODUCTIVITY KIT 11.1

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    Overview

    Oracle User Productivity Kit v11.1 improves existing and provides powerful new features that further the value

    and benefits that UPK brings to the enterprise application implementation lifecycle. UPK 11.1 includes new and

    improved features for recording, testing, collaboration and communication.

    Recording

    Oracle User Productivity Kit

    v11.1 provides new feature

    enhancements focused on

    enabling virtually anyone in the

    enterprise to participate in the

    UPK content development

    lifecycle. Whether capturing

    institutional knowledge,

    documenting the current state

    or capturing the steps to

    recreate an issue in an

    enterprise system, Record It!

    and the streamlined topic editor

    simplifies content creation and

    enables any user to quickly

    create and edit content in minutes without having to learn UPK. Subject matter experts, testers and business

    process owners can review topics, add author notes, and assign content for review making content contribution and

    knowledge sharing more efficient across the enterprise..

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    Testing

    Ease the burden of user

    acceptance testing by using

    UPK to create and deploy test

    plans and in-application tester

    support. With the addition of

    the new Comments Pane in the

    Topic editor, Authors can now

    add expected results to populate

    Test Case, Test Document and

    Test It! outputs with the

    expected behavior for each step

    of the test plan.

    To assist in the execution of

    UAT, UPK 11.1 introduces

    real time performance support

    specifically designed for testing. Test It! simulations guide the tester through a test plan and streamline the

    capturing and compiling of test step results and tester comments. When issues are discovered, they are easily

    documented through a Test Step Notes editor which is linked to each test step. The process of logging defect

    reports is simplified with the ability to automatically generate the text of the steps necessary to recreate the

    problem.

    TEST IT! TEST STEP NOTES TEST IT! STEPS TO RECREATE ISSUE

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    Available as a publishing option for the UPK

    Player, Test It! can be published in any existing

    combination of Player modes enabling the tester

    to review test procedures in a simulated

    environment prior to running the actual tests.

    UPK content review can be accelerated using

    Test It! as a content review tool. Content

    reviewers can review topics in the Test It!

    player assigning pass / fail to each topic frame

    and provide feedback using the Test Step Notes

    to direct UPK authors to the issue or needed

    correction. At the completion of each Test It!

    topic, UPK generates a test summary and

    detailed report which can be used to correct the

    issues.

    Test It! Detailed Report

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    Topic Frame Commenting

    A new control pane, Frame Comments has been added in the Topic editor to better facilitate content development.

    This is available in UPK Developer and the Record It! Wizard and enables authors to enhance their content

    creation and knowledge transfer efforts with author notes and instructor notes.

    Expected Results enables authors to enter the

    expected results used to evaluate the success

    or failure of a test step directly in the UPK

    development environment simplifying test

    script creation and maintenance. Expected

    Results are available in the test case, and test

    document outputs as well as the new Test It!

    mode.

    Author Notes enable authors to store internal

    notes at a topic frame level and can be added

    during recording and content editing.

    Similar to Topic level Instructor Notes, Frame

    level Instructor Notes provide a method to

    communicate content guidance in curriculum

    development projects where content will be

    handed off for delivery. Instructor notes can

    be added to the Instructor Manual or other

    document outputs via a new document

    publishing style bookmark.

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    Additional Support for Oracle UPK 11.1

    In-Application Support

    Verified Support for the following applications:

    -Oracle JD Edwards World 6.0C2

    -Oracle Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management 8.2

    -Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise 9.1 with PeopleTools 8.52

    -Oracle Siebel 8.2.2

    -SAP Netweaver Business Connector for Desktop 3.0

    -SAP GUI Windows 7.20 patch 9

    Technology and Performance

    -Player supports Mozilla Firefox 10.0

    -Microsoft .Net 4.0

    -Certified support for Safari 5.0 and 5.1 when launching Player using

    in-application support integrations

    Contact Us For more information about Oracle User Productivity Kit, please visit oracle.com or call +1.800.ORACLE1 to speak to an

    Oracle representative.

    This document is provided for information purposes only, and the contents hereof are subject to change without notice. This document is not warranted to be error-free, nor is it subject to any other warranties or conditions, whether expressed orally or implied in law, including implied warranties and conditions of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. We specifically disclaim any liability with respect to this document, and no contractual obligations are formed either directly or indirectly by this document. This document may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without our prior written permission. PT#UPK111WN0212 Copyright 2012 Oracle. Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners

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