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DevelopmentTesterSharepoint ServerSoftware readyTest necessary?
Software roll out
RecruiterHuman resource managerHuman resource assistant
Open list of applicants
Create or update applicants for the position
Create or update screening
Create or update skills
Create or update education information
Create or update professional experience
Create or update certificates
Create or update project experience
Complete candidate background information

Taken from the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Lifecycle Services (LCS) process model.


1. Click Area Page node: Human resources -- Common -- Recruitment -- Applicants.

2. Click the Applicant -> New -> Applicant button.

3. Click the Screenings button.

4. Click the New button.

5. Create a new record in the Screenings form.

6. Click the Close toolbar button.

7. Change Required by to '6/28/2013'.

8. Close the Screenings form.

9. Click the Applicant -> Competencies -> Skills button.

10. Click the Close toolbar button.

11. Change Level date to '5/5/2013'.

12. Close the Skills form.

13. Click the Applicant -> Competencies -> Professional experience button.

14. Change Start date to '8/27/2012'.

15. Click the Close toolbar button.

16. Close the Professional experience form.

17. Click the Applicant -> Competencies -> Education button.

18. Click the Close toolbar button.

19. Close the Education form.

20. Click the Applicant -> Competencies -> Certificates button.

21. Click the Close toolbar button.

22. Change Start date to '1/28/2013'.

23. Close the Certificates form.

24. Click the Applicant -> Competencies -> Project experience button.

25. Click the Close toolbar button.

26. Change Start date to '10/1/2012'.

27. Close the Project experience form.

28. Click the Close toolbar button.

29. Close the Applicant form.

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