===WebERP - Testing Schedule	===
====Order Entry	====
1	Add a new sales type
2	Add a new customer with two branches – one branch in a different area the customer belonging to this sales type
3	Enter prices for this new sales type for HON90022 and HONSHOCK and the currency of the customer just defined
4	Add a new controlled item – serial numbered
5	Set up pricing for the sales type just entered in the currency of the customer just entered
6	Print a price list for the currency sales type just entered prices for
7	In order entry select the customer with an extract of the code do the same for extract of the name
8	Enter the quick entry line with HON90022 x 100
9	Enter a non-existant code too x 100 – hit quick entry – check first one entered and warning for second
10	Use select parts to choose under the category shock absorbers – for HONShock add the new item created above x 20 check pricing
11	Enter 25 of these with 5% discount – check calculations
12	Delete the 100 HON90022 line
13	Click on delivery details – change delivery name and address fields
14	Flag as a quotaton – hit place order – print quotation
15	Hit select customer and find the customer with an extract of their name
16	Hit outstanding sales orders
17	Select quotations only then quotation/sales order just entered - the quotation entered should appear
18	Add a line to the order using quick entry – HON90022 as deleted before
19	Flag as an order – then commit changes – print a packing slip
20	Check the stock status inquiry quantites demanded ties up with the sum of all sales orders for the item
21	Re-select the outstanding orders from the location this one was entered against
22	Click invoice – only invoice 50 of the HON90022 – change the frieght charged to 5 – enter consignment note ref – process invoice
23	Print invoice and check delivery details/consignment note etc all tie up as entered. Check freight.
24	Select the order – not the outstanding order the order inquiry and see that 50 are flagged as delivered
25	Select HON90022 in Select Item then search outstanding sales orders ... find the order created at 19
26	Select the new customer from Select Customer – then search outstanding orders for this customer to find order created at 19
====Recurring Orders	====
1	Create a new order for 25 HONShock but at the delivery details make a recurring order. Make it recurr weekly from a date more than a week ago
2	Process the recurring orders and check that a new order was created.
3	Select the recurring order template just created and modify it to monthy – with a stop date changed
4	Re-run processing to check it doesn't create another order
5	Select the template and delete it

====Accounts Receiveable	====
1	Enter a payment to the new customer created with settlement discount – use other than the default exchange rate
2	Allocate a payment to invoices – check calculations of differences on exchange and general ledger postings
3	Enter a negative payment against another bank accounts – check general ledger postings
3	Check that a bank payment entries are made for 1 and 3 above
4	Print statements showing invoice created from order entry earlier and the two payments entered here
5	Print aged debtors listing – for the new customer created only – in their currency and code range see the transactions created
6	Print Customer activity report check shows the activity of the invoice on the new customer and details correct
7	Make up a sales analysis report to show the sales by area by product for the current period sales value and GP
8	Print the report to CVS and to PDF – check the customer activity ties up to the invoices made @ order entry
9	Modify the report to print the branch of customers too – add another column to show the quantity invoiced
10	Delete the sales report just created
11	Email an invoice to yourself
12	Logon as a customer testy weberp – place an order, do an account status inquiry and look at invoice.
13	Change the terms of the customer to 7 days and re-print the aged listing – seeing the recalculated aged balances for the customer changed
14	Create a credit note from the invoice created previously from a customer account inquiry
15	Create a credit note manually for the customer created previously for 4 HON90022 using the customer name to select
16	See the customer inquiry click on the allocation button (jigsaw piece) to allocate the credit to the invoice created earlier
17	Inspect general ledger entries made from the customer inquiry for the credit note created at 13
18	Inspect and agree the gl entries made from 14 -diff on exchange

====Purchase Orders	====
1	Add a new supplier with a foreign currency
2       Add some contacts for the supplier with the email addresses your own (ie so we can test the email of purchase orders later)
3	Add a new purchased item - select the item and review the stock status inquiry to see all stock locations recorded
4	Add some purchasing details for the item from this new supplier make the supplier code different to the webERP code
5       Add some purchasing data for the item from a different supplier with some other code again
6       Enter the standard cost for the item
7       Select the supplier created at 1
8	Create a purchase order from the supplier (vendor) for some of the new item – lookup the cost price in FX from the supplier purchasing details just entered
9       Print the purchase order - and email the purchase order to the contact entered at 2 - the second time around the order should warn before allowing a re-print / sending of the order  (this to prevent duplication)
10     Select the supplier and then search outstanding purchase orders - the new purchase order created at 7 should show
11     Select the item created at 3 - search for purchase orders - the one created at 7 should show
12     Click on receive in the outstanding orders screen
13     Enter a quantity less than the ordered quantity for the amount reveived
14     Select the item - then click stock status to see that the location where the purchase order item received is showing the quantity received and only the balance of the order as on order - click stock movements to see the purchase order delivery recorded
15     Click on the modify stock item details - from the select item screen - take a note of the category of the item. From the setup tab click on inventory categories and identify the balance sheet account of the stock category. From the company preferences page identify the GRN suspense account (Goods Received Note). Go to the general ledger tab now and do an inquiry on each of these two general ledger accounts in the period when the goods received were entered. Check that the posting is the quantity of the item received x the standard cost entered at 6 above (Debit to the stock balance sheet account and Credit to GRN suspense)
16     From the Purchasing tab of the main menu select purchase order inquiry then enter the order number just created. Click on the order to see that it shows the original order quantity and the quantity received as just entered.

1       From the setup tab change the company preferences - change the functional currency, turn off Stock GL Integration, Debtors GL Integration and Suppliers GL Integration - change the company name and address - update. Check changes took effect. Change them back
2       Change the demo user password - click on Demonstration User - then enter a new password and confirm the entry. Click logout and then login again with the new password
3       Change the demo user theme and see that the colour scheme changes
4       Click configuration settings on the main menu change the date format  update the changes. Go to a customer enquiry and look at WALMON to see the dates of transactions change to the new format
5       Add a new user - make them just have inquiries and order entry and see only Orders and Account Receivable. Login as this new user to see that they cannot access General ledger. Check they can enter an order. Check that they adopt the default theme as defined in configuration settings. Logout, log back in as demo
6       Edit role permissions of the accountant role so they do not have general ledger inquiries.
7       Make the new user created at 5 have accountant role permissions. Login as the new user again - check they can't open a trial balance or profit and loss account - change the accoutant role permissions back
8       Delete the user created at 5
9       Check that the two demo bank accounts cannot be deleted (they have transactions). Make up a new bank account and delete it
10     Change the rate of exchange for AUD - check the functional currency USD is shown in red. Check that GBP cannot be deleted - there is a customer using GBP. Delete NZD. Then re-create it. Change the functional currency in the company preferences screen and see the change effected on the currencies screen
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