Role design and user authorization testing can be a very challenging process. It requires a lot of coordination and communication between the security team and those doing the testing, leaving the door open for miscommunication and errors. Our Validation Workbench module simplifies the testing process by automatically creating test users and assigning the roles that need to be tested.
Validation Workbench's automated process sets up a test environment, with test user accounts and the roles that need to be tested, in a matter of minutes. This eliminates the need for administrators to create, remember, and maintain individual test IDs and passwords throughout the testing process.
With Validation Workbench, testers no longer need to remember multiple test IDs and passwords either. Transparent user accounts allow testers to use their own user ID to complete their required tests.
Throughout the testing process,Validation Workbench captures detailed user activities. When a test failure occurs, this data makes it is easy for the administrator to see exactly where the failure occurred and identify root cause behind why the test failed without having to rely on a tester's notes.
The communication between administrators and testers is simplified with Validation Workbench's checklist of all the transaction codes to be tested. This checklist gives testers a clear view of the work required of them and keeps administrators up-to-date on the status of each test.