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Status Future consideration
Workspace OpenPages Ideas
Component Administration
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 29, 2019

OpenPages auto-generate test result & questionnaire feature

Ability to auto-generate test results & questionnaire assessments via a frequency (due date) criteria that can be defined within the system.

The user will define the frequency criteria on the parent object (e.g test plan for test results) and the system will automatically generate the child objects with a due date that will be determined by the criteria.

The frequency criteria will consist of the following:
- frequency
monthly, weekly, daily, quarterly, annually
- interval type
business days, calendar days, last calendar day, last working day
- interval offset
numerical value to describe the offset based on interval type

Example 1 :
to schedule a Test Result to be automatically created with a due date of the last calendar day of each quarter, we would specify the following criteria

Frequency : Quarterly
Interval type : last calendar day
Interval offset : 0

Example 2 :
to schedule a questionnaire assessment to be automatically created with a due date of the 5th calendar day of each, we would specify the following criteria

Frequency : Annual
Interval type : Calendar day
Interval offset : 5