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What is stlc?

Asked By: Live..life | Asked On: Mar 28th, 2014

Answered by: Prabhu Prasad Mishra on: Apr 14th, 2014

Software Testing is series of activities which is called software testing life cycle. Requirement Analysis: In this phase the tester go through the SRS to understand the requirement and then intervie...

Testing approach

Asked By: Live..life | Asked On: Mar 28th, 2014

What are the different types of testing approaches?

Answered by: Prabhu Prasad Mishra on: Apr 14th, 2014

1. Big Bang approach: Suppose we need to test integration between two modules. One module is already developed but the other is not yet developed. So we need to wait for the second module to ready and...

Verification and validation

Asked By: Live..life | Asked On: Mar 28th, 2014

Difference between verification and validation?

Answered by: Prabhu Prasad Mishra on: Apr 14th, 2014

Verification is checking the product without actually executing the application. Example: Code Review or Syntax Checking.

Validation is checking the application by actually executing it with real time data (Valid and Invalid data) to check the behavior of the product.

Requirement traceability matrix v.S traceability matrix

Asked By: Live..life | Asked On: Mar 28th, 2014

What is the difference between requirement traceability matrix and traceability matrix?

Why ad-hoc testing or random testing is important?

Asked By: AJ0512 | Asked On: Mar 25th, 2013

Answered by: Deepika on: Dec 14th, 2013

The ad-hoc testing is here we come up with the creative senarious based on those creative senarious we performed testing. Example login page and session time out.

Answered by: Gopinath on: May 20th, 2013

Adhoc testing done by an tester who is having good domain knowledge without following any Test case to find hidden defects.

Changes in scope

Asked By: kallamreddy1989 | Asked On: Oct 13th, 2013

How did you manage changes in scope

Banking domain knowledge

Asked By: jiya.rai | Asked On: Oct 8th, 2013

Can anybody give me sample test plan/test cases related to banking domain?

End to end testing with example

Asked By: siva.reddy.in | Asked On: Mar 23rd, 2013

Could anybody explain in detail what is end to end testing with an example?

Answered by: Prasenjeet Daftuar on: Sep 2nd, 2013

Hi All, Its really tough to describe end to end testing accurately. But I will try to make you guys understand by one example. Suppose One tester is doing the testing of an application named A(front ...

What is test harness?

Asked By: Arshad8230 | Asked On: Jul 10th, 2013

What are the first steps you perform once you get the approved requirements documentation to review

Asked By: Arshad8230 | Asked On: Jul 10th, 2013

What are the first steps you perform once you get the approved requirements documentation to review? 1) with respect to clarifying the requirements to make them testable. 2) to make the requirements traceable.

Defect creation and verification

Asked By: Arshad8230 | Asked On: Jul 10th, 2013

How did you manage defect creation and verification for the defects that were found? Describe your interaction with key it players to resolve the defects.

What is the difference between bug and defect?

Asked By: Interview Candidate | Asked On: Sep 4th, 2005

Answered by: Abinai on: Jun 30th, 2013

DEFECT / BUG / ISSUE / INCIDENT: All are same. During the executing time if any functionality is not working as per the requirements we call it as a defect/ bug/ issue/incident.

Answered by: Kiran Kumar Thulluri on: Jan 4th, 2012

Error: Error is a mistake in code

Defect: Due to error in code test engineers are getting mismatches in the application build are defect

Bug: Defects are assigned to developer to be solved
Failure: Not meeting the reliability of the product

What does online channel means in testing

Asked By: surbhi65 | Asked On: Mar 25th, 2013

What does online channel means in software testing. Difference between online channel and phone channel

Test plan

Asked By: Niharika 1988 | Asked On: Dec 14th, 2012

I joined a company as test engineer, but there is no testing team, am the first person to take care of testing.Please help me how to plan for testing , my current project is social networking.

Answered by: Sam on: Feb 3rd, 2013

You should consider the test strategy, test phases, types of testing that will be performed, testing timelines, test resources, how the defect management will be handled during the test execution and ...

Answered by: MAHESH P on: Jan 5th, 2013

Hai,
you should prepare the test plan as per the client requirement document.that document get from the test analyst..you should prepare the test plan .test plan consist of schedule and environmental resources of your company...all the best naharika

When actions are available why we use functions?

Asked By: feroz | Asked On: Sep 11th, 2011

Hi, can anybody give the answer to this question which is recently asked in interview, when we have actions available in QTP, why we use functions?

Answered by: SUMA on: Nov 18th, 2012

As per my knowledge Action is specific to that particular test (with in test).

Where as Functions you can use any where not only for that particular test (Global)

Correct me if I am wrong. Thank You!

Answered by: saradaakurathi on: Sep 13th, 2011

Sorry, please see correct answer In Keyword driven framework, we will use functions. We will write a test case using keywords and each keyword will become a function and then we will make the test sc...

I am a good tester. How would you justify ?

Asked By: ranjitha1822 | Asked On: Oct 14th, 2011

Answered by: suma on: Nov 18th, 2012

Good tester qualities in my perception 1. Understand the Requirement throughly, in-detail. 2. Finding as many defect as you can. 3. To make a Checklist up to date. 4. Be a logical thinker, Think out o...

When the sanity testing done?

Asked By: MOIN | Asked On: Sep 30th, 2011

On which basis we write the test cases? When the sanity testing done?

Answered by: suma on: Nov 18th, 2012

Sanity testing will takes place right after the build deploy to QA team, to check real quickly all the major features working fine in the build or not.

Answered by: mithr17 on: Oct 14th, 2011

Sanity testing is similar to smoke test but has subtle difference. Sanity testing only done for regression builds. It is done to check if the regression build is stable enough to conduct through regr...

What is the difference between retesting and regressive testing?

Asked By: adabala0722.401 | Asked On: Sep 6th, 2011

Answered by: suma on: Nov 18th, 2012

Retesting Means Testing only particular module ( functionality) after fixing the issues.
Where as Regression testing means testing entire application functionality. After adding the new feature to the application, to make sure existing functionality does not change.

Answered by: mithr17 on: Nov 1st, 2011

There is no such term called "regressive" testing. I think you meant "regression" testing. Please you correct terminology. To the people who reply to questions: You are all doing a good job, but do ...

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