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What is the difference between agile methodology and waterfall model?

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

Answered by: Nagarjuna on: Aug 31st, 2014

In Agile methodologies accepts "Dynamic changes". Agile is modern methodology where a 5 to 10 people gathered at one place and to deliver a working software with in a given short span of time i.e, 2 ...

Answered by: thebobblogs on: Dec 13th, 2011

For testing;
Agile require more effort for regression testing and automation testing than Waterfall.

How do you test when no time

Asked By: brinda1311 | Asked On: Jul 11th, 2008

There is a new build and you have not much time lEFT behind to test(manual test), what will you do? (apart from prioritizing functionalities..... Risk analysis, what other answers are valid approaches to this interview question?

Answered by: Nagarjuna on: Aug 31st, 2014

If there no sufficient time to test the application then immediately we will go for exploratory testing...

Exploratory testing is dynamic testing type and it tests the entire application simultaneously while creating test design and test execution is possible.

Answered by: Madhu on: Aug 24th, 2012

Avoiding redundancy in testing...some of the similar kinds of tests can be combined into one test scenario and handled.

Testing basics

Asked By: subburaj28 | Asked On: Nov 8th, 2012

What is the difference between smoke and sanity testcase?

Answered by: Nagarjuna on: Aug 31st, 2014

Smoke testing is a black box testing technique and it test after immediate the build release.

Smoke test touches all the areas of the application functionality with out going into deep.

Smoke test reveals that any simple failure in the application and application is ready for further testing.

Answered by: Shankar on: Feb 11th, 2013

Smoke testing is a shallow and wide approach whereby all areas of the application without getting into too deep, is tested.

A sanity test is a narrow regression test that focuses on one or a few areas of functionality. Sanity testing is usually narrow and deep.

Functional and functionality testing

Asked By: sreedhar_kolluri | Asked On: May 22nd, 2008

Can anybody describe the difference between the functional testing and functionality testing?

Answered by: Suresh on: May 30th, 2014

I hvae solved problem

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  1. main()
  2. {
  3. print("a");
  4. }

Answered by: sharath on: Oct 19th, 2012

Functional testing is nothing but testing the each and every component independently is known as functional testing.

Describe your approach to estimate the time that it will take to test a functional area.

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

Answered by: mithr17 on: Jan 31st, 2014

i think this question was answered many times, you may want to check the old threads. But I will answer anyways. The simplest answer is: IT DEPENDS! What does it depend on - explaining the approach ...

Answered by: mithr17 on: Jan 31st, 2014

I think the question is about details of the approach and not just the how part.

What all do you report at the end of testing?

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

Answered by: vinisha on: Sep 19th, 2013

We will send "End to Testing Checklist" and "Test Summary Report". These reports includes what features we cover into the application and defects and other details.

Acceptance testing

Asked By: thish | Asked On: Apr 21st, 2009

The main focus of acceptance testing is:a) finding faults in the systemb) ensuring that the system is acceptable to all usersc) testing the system with other systemsd) testing from a business perspective.

Answered by: sravanthi on: Sep 8th, 2013

Testing From a Business Perspective is the Correct Ans

Answered by: abhijit lalge on: Dec 9th, 2012

B) Ensuring that the system is acceptable to all users

What type of testing you will do once the frd is in place and approved?

Asked By: mathan_vel | Asked On: Apr 6th, 2011

Answered by: Amit Kr Ghindora on: Sep 7th, 2013

Functional Requirement Document (FRD)

Answered by: Eiseprod on: Mar 1st, 2013

FRD stands for functional Requirement Document. The first type of testing you would do when the FRD is ready and approved is STATIC TESTING. This involves studying the work documents like the Requirem...

Black box testing

Asked By: vishanth ram.m | Asked On: Aug 14th, 2012

What is difference between equal partioning and boundary analysis?

Answered by: shravan on: Aug 25th, 2012

Equivalence partitioning is a technique that divides the i/p domain of a program into classes of data from which test cases can be delivered. - For each piece of the specification, generate 1 or more ...

Functional testing

Asked By: jyotirmayee nanda | Asked On: Mar 26th, 2012

What do you mean by a dependent functionality in a build?

Answered by: hemalatha on: May 14th, 2012

Functional testing: testing each and ever functionality in the application whether it is working properly or not giving valid information to the implication,and invalid information to the application,functionality is a black box testing.

Answered by: Dillip Palai on: Apr 20th, 2012

Functional testing is a type of black box testing that bases its test cases on the specifications of the software component under test. Functions are tested by feeding them input and examining the output, and internal program structure is rarely considered (Not like in white-box testing)

Need of functional testing?

Asked By: Hemalatha Anjali | Asked On: Jul 8th, 2011

What is the need of testing functional part of an application when structural part is tested properly?

Answered by: Suma on: Apr 21st, 2012

I didn't understand structural testing means, in functional testing to check the application functionality not only individual , but also different part(Combination) of the application functionality t...

Answered by: mithr17 on: Oct 17th, 2011

Functionality testing is testing for requirements. So now tell us wouldn't you like to check if the application adheres to the requirements that client desires as they are paying for the entire project?

What are the modules and sub modules manually tested in retail banking project?

Asked By: tbnag | Asked On: Mar 18th, 2012

There are 3 modules in retail banks 1. Admin, 2.Banker 3.Customer. i wanted to know, commonly what are the change requirement occurs in these modules(in a already working bank)? Also, provide few test scenarios the respective change requirement?

What are the limitations of black box testing?

Asked By: Javed Alam | Asked On: Apr 30th, 2011

Answered by: mfsi_chinmayb on: Jan 16th, 2012

Hi Black box testing which is otherwise termed as Specification based technique.Hence the major job of this technique is abiding the specification made for the project.This technique is handicapped w...

Bakward testing & regression testing

Asked By: chavageek | Asked On: Jan 31st, 2011

Are both 'bakward testing' & 'regression testing' one and the same? If not, what is the difference between them?

Answered by: Gypsyqueen on: Sep 28th, 2011

I'm guessing you mean backward compatibility testing?? Given multiple version releases, an application created on a new version should still work with the older versions making it backwards compatibl...

Answered by: Suma on: Aug 30th, 2011

Backward testing means testing the application backward means if you find any defect while testing the application find out the route cause of that defect by checking the testcases properly written o...

Manual test case for login page

Asked By: krishna preethi | Asked On: Sep 17th, 2011

Here is the template below. I would like to see the detailed test cased for login page column 1 is the "test case id number" column 2 is the "test case name" column 3 is the "test objective" column 4 is the "test conditions/setup" column 5 is the "input data requirements/steps" column 6 is the "expected...

Answered by: Anshul Gupta on: Sep 22nd, 2011

Hi krishna, I m explaining it with the functionality of the OK button for login. "test case ID number" : TC1 "test case name" : Login module for OK button "test objective"...

Break-in function

Asked By: mathan_vel | Asked On: May 18th, 2009

What is a break-in function? How do you perform this in software testing?

Answered by: Trupti Amit on: Jan 8th, 2010

Enables or disables the users' ability to exit a script from the tray icon menu.

Answered by: kurtz182 on: Dec 10th, 2009

Seems to me a Break-In Function refers to setting a breakpoint in a particular function using an debugger in order for the program to halt when the breakpoint is reached. 

Test cases for mandatory fields

Asked By: Valusa79 | Asked On: Aug 14th, 2008

A page/form has 4 mandatory fields to be entered before you submit.How many no. Of test cases are required to verify this?And what are they?

Answered by: anitha kaasam on: Mar 14th, 2011

Assume the four fields are present in the application those areuser namepassword phone numbermail idIn this Password and Mail id both are required fields o complete the registration1. Press submit b...

Answered by: nitap on: Oct 26th, 2010

Along with all these tests we also have to test for the next tab. After entering first field and when we press tab to go to next field exactly where it taking the control.

Functional test case for water heater

Asked By: mathan_vel | Asked On: Oct 4th, 2010

Write the functional test case clearly for the water heater

Answered by: iamtheone on: Jan 9th, 2011

Question to ask from Interviewer: Is it a geyser or a simple water heater rod? TCs for water heater rod: Acceptance Test case: Verify if the water heater heats given amount of water in specified ...

Answered by: Aditya M on: Nov 15th, 2010

Functional test cases tests the basic functionality of the product.For water heater we can have following test cases:1. Verify if it heats the water.2. Check if it satisfied the claims mentioned in sp...

Mapping functional test cases

Asked By: mathan_vel | Asked On: Oct 4th, 2010

How the functional test cases could be mapped?

Answered by: Aditya M on: Nov 15th, 2010

Functional test cases can be mapped with functional requirement document with the help of Requirement traceability matrix (RTM).RTM is a document which shouws the mapping of test cases against require...

List box testing

Asked By: latha.vaidyanathan | Asked On: Sep 3rd, 2010

How will you check for a selected list box value using selenium?

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