Capacity Manager for SQL Server

Capacity Manager for SQL Server
Voluntary Product Accessibility
Date:
27.11.2009
Product Name:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server
Product Version:
3.1
Contact for more information:
http://www.quest.com
Summary table
Criteria
Section 1194.21: Software Applications and
Operating Systems
Section 1194.22: Web-based internet information
and applications
Section 1194.23: Telecommunications Products
Supporting features
Supported. Please refer to the attached VPAT
Capacity Manager for SQL Server is not
considered a Web-based product.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server is not
considered a telecommunications product.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not use
multimedia.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server is not a selfcontained product.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server is software as
defined under section 1194.21
Section 1194.24: Video and Multi-media Products
Section 1194.25: Self-Contained, Closed Products
Section 1194.26: Desktop and Portable Computers
Section 1194.31: Functional Performance Criteria
Section 1194.41: Information, Documentation and
Support
Remarks and explanations
Supported. Please refer to the attached VPAT
Supported. Please refer to the attached VPAT
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Section 1194.21 Software applications and operating systems
Supporting features
Criteria
(a)
(b.i)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
When software is designed to run on a
system that has a keyboard, product
functions shall be executable from a
keyboard where the function itself or the
result of performing a function can be
discerned textually.
Applications shall not disrupt or disable
activated features of other products that are
identified as accessibility features, where
those features are developed and
documented according to industry
standards. Applications also shall not
disrupt or disable activated features of any
operating system that are identified as
accessibility features where the application
programming interface for those
accessibility features has been documented
by the manufacturer of the operating system
and is available to the product developer.
A well-defined on-screen indication of the
current focus shall be provided that moves
among interactive interface elements as the
input focus changes. The focus shall be
programmatically exposed so that Assistive
Technology can track focus and focus
changes.
Sufficient information about a user interface
element including the identity, operation
and state of the element shall be available to
Assistive Technology. When an image
represents a program element, the
information conveyed by the image must
also be available in text.
When bitmap images are used to identify
controls, status indicators, or other
programmatic elements, the meaning
assigned to those images shall be consistent
throughout an application's performance.
Supported with some exceptions:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports Microsoft
Windows accessibility features including StickyKeys,
FilterKeys, Magnifier and Narrator. Keyboard access is
provided throughout Capacity Manager for SQL Server
and its help system. Keyboard shortcuts, shortcut keys,
and menu commands are readily available.
Supported with minor exceptions:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports most
accessibility settings of the operating system and in no
case disrupts or disables any accessibility features of the
operating system.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports large and
extra large fonts in the title bar, toolbars and most dialogs.
(i)
Exceptions are features that do not support large
font settings or high contrast settings. These
features are documented in 1194.21(g).
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports
Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) with some
minor exceptions in inconsistent or loss of focus
when navigating between the object tree and RHS.
Supported with minor exceptions:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports MSAA
for all user interface elements with certain
exceptions including limited information conveyed
about some UI elements such as dropdown list
boxes
Capacity Manager for SQL Server’s User Interface
elements include menu bars, toolbars, check boxes and
buttons, to name a few.
Supported:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server utilizes standard and
consistent images throughout. All toolbar and menu
images also utilize tooltip text to further convey their
meaning.
Textual information shall be provided
through operating system functions for
displaying text. The minimum information
that shall be made available is text content,
text input caret location, and text attributes.
Supported with minor exceptions:
Applications shall not override user selected
contrast and color selections and other
individual display attributes.
Supported with minor exceptions:
When animation is displayed, the
information shall be displayable in at least
one non-animated presentation mode at the
option of the user.
Color coding shall not be used as the only
means of conveying information, indicating
an action, prompting a response, or
distinguishing a visual element.
Minor exceptions in Capacity Manager for SQL
Server application involve limited keyboard access
or inconsistent navigation in some menus and
dialog windows. Most of these occurrences are
often solved by minor workarounds. Capacity
Manager for SQL Server doesn’t support High
Contrast
Supported with minor exceptions:
Capacity Manager supports technologies that make
computer programs more accessible to people who use
Assistive Technology.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server fully supports
Windows Appearance Properties to provide visual onscreen focus and tracking throughout.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server uses standard system
functions to send textual information to the operating
system in almost all cases.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports large fonts in
the title bar, toolbars, and in some dialogs.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not extend
operating system user defined font settings to the content
display frame. Capacity Manager for SQL Server does,
however, support Microsoft Windows accessibility
features, such as Magnifier, in the content display frame,
as well as provides it’s own user customization options
for controlling fonts in many of the content windows.
(h)
Remarks and explanations
Capacity Manager for SQL Server uses standard
system functions to send textual information to the
operating system in almost all cases, except
graphical buttons and rich UI elements.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not
support large font mode in dialogs where large
fonts would render the dialog impossible to read.
The operating system magnifier application is
available to magnify dialog text.
Supported:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not use animation
to display critical information to the user.
Supported:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not use color to
convey information, indicating an action or prompting a
response.
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(j)
(k)
(l)
When a product permits a user to adjust
color and contrast settings, a variety of color
selections capable of producing a range of
contrast levels shall be provided.
Software shall not use flashing or blinking
text, objects, or other elements having a
flash or blink frequency greater than 2 Hz
and lower than 55 Hz.
Supported:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server is supporting only
operating system color and contrast settings.
When electronic forms are used, the form
shall allow people using Assistive
Technology to access the information, field
elements, and functionality required for
completion and submission of the form,
including all directions and cues.
Supported with minor exceptions:
Supported:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not use flashing
or blinking objects or text in any portion of the
application interface.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server allows people using
Assistive Technology to access the information, field
elements, and functionality required for completion and
submission of the form, including all directions and cues.
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Minor exceptions in Capacity Manager for SQL
Server application involve limited keyboard access
or inconsistent navigation in some menus and
dialog windows. Most of these occurrences are
often solved by minor workarounds.
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Section 1194.31 Functional performance criteria
Supporting features
Criteria
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
At least one mode of operation and
information retrieval that does not require
user vision shall be provided, or support for
Assistive Technology used by people who
are blind or visually impaired shall be
provided.
Supported with minor exceptions:
At least one mode of operation and
information retrieval that does not require
visual acuity greater than 20/70 shall be
provided in audio and enlarged print output
working together or independently, or
support for Assistive Technology used by
people who are visually impaired shall be
provided.
Supported with minor exceptions:
At least one mode of operation and
information retrieval that does not require
user hearing shall be provided, or support
for Assistive Technology used by people
who are deaf or hard of hearing shall be
provided
Where audio information is important for
the use of a product, at least one mode of
operation and information retrieval shall be
provided in an enhanced auditory fashion,
or support for assistive hearing devices shall
be provided.
At least one mode of operation and
information retrieval that does not require
user speech shall be provided, or support for
Assistive Technology used by people with
disabilities shall be provided.
At least one mode of operation and
information retrieval that does not require
fine motor control or simultaneous actions
and that is operable with limited reach and
strength shall be provided.
Supported:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not require user
hearing for access to any application functionality.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not use any form
of audio cues.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports technologies
that make computer programs more accessible to people
who use Assistive Technology.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports the use of
screen readers to access user interface information.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports the use of
screen readers to access user interface information.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports large fonts in
the title bar, toolbars, and in some dialogs.
Remarks and explanations
Great number of UI elements can make it harder to
use screen readers to access user interface
information.
In this case we recommend to use screen readers
for reading generated reports (Printed or Sent)
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not
support large font mode in dialogs where large
fonts would render the dialog impossible to read.
The operating system magnifier application is
available to magnify text.
An assistive aid may also be used.
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports user
customization of font size, color, and contrast in much of
its User Interface (UI).
Supported:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not require user
hearing for access to any application functionality
Supported:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server does not require
speech recognition.
Supported:
Capacity Manager for SQL Server supports some
operating system tools such as StickyKeys and FilterKeys
as well as other Assistive Technologies.
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Section 1194.41 Information, Documentation and Support
Supporting features
Criteria
(a)
Product support documentation provided to
end-users shall be made available in
alternate formats upon request, at no
additional charge
Supported
(b)
End-users shall have access to a description
of the accessibility and compatibility
features of products in alternate formats or
alternate methods upon request, at no
additional charge.
Support services for products shall
accommodate the communication needs of
end-users with disabilities.
Supported
(c)
Remarks and explanations
Online help is currently available in Microsoft
HTML Help format and in PDF format upon
request. Other product documentation is available
in PDF format. With a special documentation
license, our products support accessibility software
that converts .PDF files into speech for the visually
challenged.
Quest Software’s Support Services is familiar with
such features as keyboard access and other options
important to people with disabilities.
For technical assistance in the United States, you
can contact Quest Software Support Services on a
text telephone at (800) 306-9329 between 5:00
A.M. and 5:00 P.M. Pacific Time, Monday
through Friday, excluding holidays.
Supported
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This document is for informational purposes only. QUEST SOFTWARE MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS DOCUMENT. The
information in this document represents the current view of Quest Software on the issues discussed as of the date of publication. Because Quest must respond to
changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Quest, and Quest cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information presented
after the date of publication.
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Quest regularly updates its websites and provides new information about the accessibility of products as that information becomes available.
With a special documentation license, our products support accessibility software that converts .PDF files into speech for the visually challenged.
Quest Software’s Support Services is familiar with such features as keyboard access and other options important to people with disabilities.
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