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Insurance testing

Asked By: bhas08 | Asked On: Mar 6th, 2014

Any one with insurance testing domain please

Answered by: mithr17 on: Mar 27th, 2014

what is your question about?

Who will exacatly assign the priority to the bug.. Developer or tester?

Asked By: omkarqa | Asked On: Oct 13th, 2005

Answered by: mithr17 on: Mar 24th, 2014

Short answer: Neither of them. I cannot stress enough that one needs to understand the intention of the question. This is a tricky and misleading question and has prompted many incorrect answers. The...

Answered by: Akhil on: Feb 23rd, 2014

Lead or Manager? please clarify

Exact difference between alpha and beta testing

Asked By: amit_gandhi. | Asked On: Apr 9th, 2006

Answered by: Ravi Giri on: Feb 3rd, 2014

Alpha Test In software development, your alpha test, will be a test among yourselves (the teams) to confirm that your product works. Originally, the term alpha test meant the first phase of testing i...

Answered by: senthilkar on: Nov 25th, 2009

Alpha Testing is done in the clients placeBeta Testing is done by selective group of users (Normal Users)For ex: Apps like Yahoo messenger, Firefox releases its beta version to users and get their fee...

What is mean by peer to peer testing?

Asked By: subha | Asked On: May 8th, 2006

Answered by: mithr17 on: Jan 31st, 2014

To everyone who thinks the question was incorrectly framed: There exists Peer-to-Peer (P-2-P) of testing devised out of necessity (like few types of testing) by medium to large product development co...

Answered by: Albin on: Jan 27th, 2014

Peer to Peer Testing..testing conducted between institutions. For eg: Money sent from one institution is received and vice versa. Checking the entire system works as expected.

Examples of severity and priority of all combination

Asked By: siva.reddy.in | Asked On: Apr 22nd, 2013

Could please anybody give me the good examples of: high severity and low priority low severity and high priority low severity and low priority high severity and high priority med severity and med priority .... In the terms of functionality.. And please tell me who will give the priority.

Answered by: Aparna on: Feb 1st, 2014

High Severity Low Priority - Page after you click the login button crashes or page not found error. Its high severe, but low priority coz priority one would be login page working fine. Low Severity Hi...

Answered by: mithr17 on: Jan 31st, 2014

Look like some of the combinations do not have examples.. Medium priority low severity bug: Let suppose, the application under test (AUT) is a social security (yes this little detail will remove any ...

throws syntax error. TIA " href="http://www.geekinterview.com/question_details/89286">How do we use or operator with desc programming.

Asked By: anu05446 | Asked On: Jan 27th, 2014

How do we use or operator with desc programming. say I want to count the nos of all the objects on the page which have HTML tag = "a" or innertext="b" what will be the syntax for the same. code: (desc("HTML tag").Value="a") or (desc("innertext").Value="b") => throws syntax error. tia

Answered by: mithr17 on: Jan 31st, 2014

Site does not allow me to click the question so Im answering to this question with limited understanding. I think you may be asking either about programming or automation testing and therefore, this ...

Regarding sanity and smoke testing...

Asked By: Satyappani | Asked On: Sep 22nd, 2013

What is exit and entry criteria for smoke testing and sanity testing?

Answered by: mithr17 on: Jan 31st, 2014

Smoke vs sanity testing: Both smoke and sanity testing are used to ensure a build is stable to handle further testing. But, smoke test is performed on fresh/new build to entire system to ensure it is ...

Answered by: parry93636 on: Dec 5th, 2013

There is no entry or exit criteria for smoke and sanity Testing. Smoke testing is first testing type done by tester after the build is complete and to check if the build is ready for further testing. ...

Sharepoint application testing

Asked By: anandsarpatwari | Asked On: Nov 8th, 2013

How the sharepoint application testing will be done, I need detailed analysis how exactly the test team validates the application,what would be the test scenarios,test coverage points. if any one has done the sharepoint testing,please provide me the inputs

Answered by: mithr17 on: Jan 31st, 2014

Let me pose a counter question - Do have an understand of what is the purpose of SharePoint site? If yes, you will be able to answer the question all by yourself :) For anyone who does not know what ...

Answered by: Arati Sharma on: Jan 15th, 2014

1) How to add user
2) How to remove user
3) Restore site content database
4) How to import site
5) How to backup/restore site
6) How to get managed paths
7) Export/Move site

How would you define a bug?

Asked By: Priyathiyagu | Asked On: Jun 5th, 2012

Answered by: Hema on: Nov 11th, 2013

Bug is nothing but find out the mismatch between the Actual result and expected results

Answered by: Bipasha Banerjee on: Nov 7th, 2013

Any functionality not working as per the requirement of the customer and customer need is a failure product. The meaning for the words Bug, Incident ,Issue , Defect , Failure, Fault are the same . A computer bug is an error flaw ,mistake in a computer programs that produces an incorrect result .

Why did you choose software testing?...

Asked By: Jackseen | Asked On: Apr 25th, 2012

If an interviewer asks me " why did you choose software testing?..." then what should I answer....

Answered by: vikranth on: Nov 9th, 2013

According to my opinion , Testing is the backbone for the software industry. Because, every s/w product release is done after testing only.

By doing testing itself we can judge that the product is free of defects/bugs, and also for the customers satisfaction.

Answered by: jhuma panigrahi on: May 10th, 2012

Both are great in their respective ways but i usually think being a testing engineer requires more skill to handle different situations.They should have the ability to say no to others with valid reas...

Separate test plans

Asked By: tjpavithra | Asked On: Jan 6th, 2009

Select a reason that does not support the idea of using separate test plans for test subprojects that are distinct in one or more ways:a. different resourcesb. different time periodsc. different methodologiesd. different objectivese. different audiences

Answered by: hari on: Oct 25th, 2013

a

Answered by: kurtz182 on: Nov 8th, 2009

Yep, the correct answer is e) Different audience.  The test plan is a single document that will be suitable for all audiences who need to know the overall test strategy.

What is test matrix?

Asked By: Himu | Asked On: Jun 25th, 2006

Answered by: Raj on: Oct 8th, 2013

INPUT Criteria : Defining the different inputs required for different phases of the testing is called Input Criteria. Exit Criteria : The different deliverable s in the testing at different phases in...

Answered by: Kishor Chandrakant Karpe on: Jan 10th, 2013

Test matrics is a mechanism to know the effectiveness of testing process. Its a feedback mechanism to improve the testing process. In test matrics we collect the following parameters, 1. Defect age 2....

Browser testing

Asked By: malaaaa | Asked On: Jun 22nd, 2012

Which browser do you like in testing.Like if u say google chrome then why?

Answered by: Aishwarya on: Sep 20th, 2013

It would not be who can select browser for testing. I would perform testing as per FSD mentions. If nothing is mentioned then i would select the most commonly used browser that is IE which is widely used worldwide

Answered by: aditya on: Sep 17th, 2013

mozilla firefox,chrome because widely used

Pension domain

Asked By: stewie_Test | Asked On: Apr 11th, 2013

Hi all, can any one help me with pension domain projects in testing . If some one worked on this domain please help in with these questions: 1. Core modules in any pension applications 2. What should we test in pension domain application. thanks in advance.

Answered by: Bharath on: Sep 6th, 2013

Here is a link for pension application user guide which has entire application structure.. you can get the application concept and from the screens you can get test cases.
http://www.mass.gov/dor/docs/cse/programs/icpip/pipguidepublicretirement.pdf

Testing interview question

Asked By: nbhavani20 | Asked On: Jan 23rd, 2013

In a interview I attended, I was asked this qs: how does testing differ, if a contractor onsite develops the software and outsources it for testing ,and if a contractor within develops a software and gives it for testing?

Answered by: hema on: Jun 19th, 2013

If the development and testing happens onsite, there is no communication gap.

What is testing techniques?

Asked By: Subhash | Asked On: Oct 11th, 2005

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Member Since Jan-2006 | Answered On : Jan 6th, 2006

 Black Box and White Box are testing types and not tetsing techniques.

Testing techniques are as follows:-

The most popular Black box testing techniques are:-

  • Equivalence Partitioning.
  • Boundary Value Analysis.
  • Cause-Effect Graphing.
  • Error-Guessing.

The White-Box testing techniques are: -

  • Statement coverage
  • Decision coverage
  • Condition coverage         
  • Decision-condition coverage
  • Multiple condition coverage
  • Basis Path Testing
  • Loop testing
  • Data flow testing

Answered by: soundari on: Jun 9th, 2013

Sorry friend....white box and black box testing are types of testing not testing techniques

Answered by: Prudhviraj Yadav on: Mar 20th, 2013

Functional Testing techniques: 1. Specification based (Black box) • Equivalence partitioning • Boundary values analysis • State transition testing • Cause-effect graphing • Decision tables ...

What is the difference between software testing and quality assurance (qa)?

Asked By: parthu dhannu | Asked On: Feb 26th, 2013

Answered by: ashok giri on: Jun 1st, 2013

Quality assurance is process oriented
Quality control is a product oriented
output of quality control is input to the quality assurance

Answered by: nizar fanik on: Apr 4th, 2013

QA is process oriented, it’s like spreading butter on toast...you spread quality across the SDLC. It’s building checkpoints across the path. And each checkpoint has exit criteria and entrance crit...

Interface testing and integration testing

Asked By: siva.reddy.in | Asked On: Oct 30th, 2012

What is the different between interface testing and integration testing?

Answered by: Gopinath on: May 20th, 2013

Interface testing :-To test the data transaction between more than one application

Answered by: Anant Chaudhary on: Mar 14th, 2013

Interface Testing:-Interface testing is nothing but (GUI) testing. Integration Testing:-In this testing combine all tested module and testing these module are working correctly with each other or pa...

What is rtm? How is it useful in testing?

Asked By: latam | Asked On: May 3rd, 2006

Answered by: Sujay on: Mar 28th, 2013

RTM maps requirements with test case ids.

Answered by: kurtz182 on: Dec 18th, 2009

The Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) is used to map requirements to test cases in order to ensure all requirements are covered. 

Which of the following information does it contain that would be most suitable to generate test data

Asked By: rboya | Asked On: Jan 31st, 2013

Data dictionary was created during the requirement analysis stage of a software engineering project.Which of the following information does it contain that would be most suitable to generate test data 1. Names of all data elements that should be stored in persistent storage 2. Names of all classes to...

Answered by: janram on: Mar 29th, 2013

Here as per customer requirement, we generate the data with the help of design techniques (BVA,ECP)

Answered by: mathan_vel on: Feb 27th, 2013

4. Names definition and structure of all real world entities of application

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