Difference between revisions of "Preferences Editors Scenario"

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1. Prepare the machines - 2 windows machines, 2 linux machines, android phone, simple phone, windows tablet: http://wiki.gpii.net/index.php/Setting_Up_Your_Development_Environment, setup ATs, desktop shortcuts
 
1. Prepare the machines - 2 windows machines, 2 linux machines, android phone, simple phone, windows tablet: http://wiki.gpii.net/index.php/Setting_Up_Your_Development_Environment, setup ATs, desktop shortcuts
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2. Launch online PMT on platform A (Windows or Linux), modify settings for common terms
 
2. Launch online PMT on platform A (Windows or Linux), modify settings for common terms
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3. Save the settings to the preferences server and login (clicking the "save and apply button")
 
3. Save the settings to the preferences server and login (clicking the "save and apply button")
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4. The PMT displayes the new user token, facilitator manually creates a USB or RFID stick  
 
4. The PMT displayes the new user token, facilitator manually creates a USB or RFID stick  
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5. Log settings by clicking a desktop shortcut
 
5. Log settings by clicking a desktop shortcut
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6a. (RBMM path) Launch PCP on platform A (Windows or Linux) via button on PMT
 
6a. (RBMM path) Launch PCP on platform A (Windows or Linux) via button on PMT
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7a. (RBMM path) Modify settings, save to the preferences server (via PCP)
 
7a. (RBMM path) Modify settings, save to the preferences server (via PCP)
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8a. (RBMM path) Log out using PCP.
 
8a. (RBMM path) Log out using PCP.
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9a. (RBMM path) Use desktop shortcut to add "RB MM" statement to the NP set and re-upload to prefs server.
 
9a. (RBMM path) Use desktop shortcut to add "RB MM" statement to the NP set and re-upload to prefs server.
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6b. (STMM path) Manually change application specific settings
 
6b. (STMM path) Manually change application specific settings
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7b. (STMM path) Use desktop shortcut to snapshot settings and save them to prefs server.
 
7b. (STMM path) Use desktop shortcut to snapshot settings and save them to prefs server.
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8b. (STMM path) Log out using PMT.
 
8b. (STMM path) Log out using PMT.
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9b. (STMM path) Use desktop shortcut to add "ST MM" statement to the NP set and re-upload to prefs server.
 
9b. (STMM path) Use desktop shortcut to add "ST MM" statement to the NP set and re-upload to prefs server.
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10. Login to platform B (Windows or Linux or Android or Simple Phone or Windows tablet) using USB or RFID or QR code
 
10. Login to platform B (Windows or Linux or Android or Simple Phone or Windows tablet) using USB or RFID or QR code
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11. Log settings by clicking a desktop shortcut
 
11. Log settings by clicking a desktop shortcut
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12. Manually modify AT and system settings
 
12. Manually modify AT and system settings
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13. Log settings by clicking a desktop shortcut
 
13. Log settings by clicking a desktop shortcut

Revision as of 14:40, 23 January 2014

1. Prepare the machines - 2 windows machines, 2 linux machines, android phone, simple phone, windows tablet: http://wiki.gpii.net/index.php/Setting_Up_Your_Development_Environment, setup ATs, desktop shortcuts

2. Launch online PMT on platform A (Windows or Linux), modify settings for common terms

3. Save the settings to the preferences server and login (clicking the "save and apply button")

4. The PMT displayes the new user token, facilitator manually creates a USB or RFID stick

5. Log settings by clicking a desktop shortcut

6a. (RBMM path) Launch PCP on platform A (Windows or Linux) via button on PMT

7a. (RBMM path) Modify settings, save to the preferences server (via PCP)

8a. (RBMM path) Log out using PCP.

9a. (RBMM path) Use desktop shortcut to add "RB MM" statement to the NP set and re-upload to prefs server.

6b. (STMM path) Manually change application specific settings

7b. (STMM path) Use desktop shortcut to snapshot settings and save them to prefs server.

8b. (STMM path) Log out using PMT.

9b. (STMM path) Use desktop shortcut to add "ST MM" statement to the NP set and re-upload to prefs server.

10. Login to platform B (Windows or Linux or Android or Simple Phone or Windows tablet) using USB or RFID or QR code

11. Log settings by clicking a desktop shortcut

12. Manually modify AT and system settings

13. Log settings by clicking a desktop shortcut