Acquisitions Testing Guidelines
June 17, 2002
General Testing Instructions
Our goal is to make
sure that our Vendor records migrated perfectly from Notis to Voyager. We have 1 day, June 17, to verify that our
data migrated correctly.
To QA the extract, you will need:
How Orbis Vendor records are migrated
the Voyager vendor record has a different format than the Orbis vendor record,
some fields will appear differently in Voyager.
Type is a new field in Voyager.
Initially, all vendor records in Voyager will have a default Vendor
Type of ‘MV’ for ‘Migration Vendor’.
notes in the Orbis vendor record migrate to a single vendor note field.
Oracle number in the Orbis ‘Vendor Sort’ field is migrated to the Voyager
‘Institution ID’ field.
Claim=, etc. flags at the top of the Orbis vendor record are converted to
flags associated with each address in Voyager.
of the Orbis address, like city and zip code, cannot be separated out
during migration. As a result,
addresses are migrated to the main address lines in Voyager. This will not affect Voyager’s ability
to print out purchase orders, etc. using the vendor address.
Do a broad analysis of the conversion changes in your 15
favorite Vendor records.
1. Display one of
your Vendor records in Orbis.
2. Display the
same Vendor record in Voyager. To
display a vendor record in Voyager:
on the grey ‘Vendors’ bar in the menu on the left-hand side of the
on the ‘Search Vendors’ icon in the menu bar.
- In the
Search Vendors box to the right, select either Vendor Name or Vendor Code,
and search for the record you would like to display.
- In the
result list, double click on the vendor to display the full record
3. Compare the
Orbis vendor record with the Voyager vendor record. Make sure that all vendor record information was migrated to
Voyager. Check each of the following:
Order, Pay, Return, Claim addresses marked correctly
Please send me a final report of your data migration
review by 12:00am on Monday, June 17.