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Comments during test case review.

Asked By: ektakharade | Asked On: Jun 23rd, 2014

During internal review which comments we get ? And what comments we give to others? I need practical answer. Suppose project is in banking and financial domain.

Answered by: Manish on: Jul 21st, 2014

Basically the internal reviews are useful to check the quality of test cases.where the reviewer might check 1.The simplicity of the test cases for a tester to execute 2. Whether the test cases are w...

Priority and severity examples

Asked By: Meenal001 | Asked On: Feb 27th, 2008

Can some one give the best example for the following scenario's1. High priority and high severity2. High priority and low severity3. High severity and low priority4. Low severity and low priority

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Member Since Dec-2007 | Answered On : Mar 3rd, 2008

Priority - Priority is the order in which developer has to fix the bug.
Severity - Severity is how seroisly the bug is impacting the application.

Eg.


High Priority & High Severity: A show stopper error which occurs on the basic funcationality of the application . (Eg. A site maintaing the student details, on saving record if it, doesn't allow to save the record then this is high priority and high severity bug.)

High Priority & Low Severity: The spell mistakes that happens on the cover page or headin or title of an application.

High Severity & Low Priority: The application generates a show stopper or system error, (for which there is no workaround) but on click of link which is rarely used by the end user.


Low Priority and Low Severity: Any cosmetic or spell issues which is with in a paragraph or in the report (Not on cover page, heading, title).

Plz correct me if i am wrong.

Answered by: swastika soni on: Jul 15th, 2014

Priority means the importance of fixing the bug and severity means to decide the level of bug.

Answered by: anusha on: Jun 23rd, 2014

How to test

What is test case?

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

Definition of test case?

Answered by: swastika soni on: Jul 15th, 2014

Test case is nothing but a steps which you will follow in your software during testing.

Answered by: ektakharade on: Jun 17th, 2014

Test case defines navigational statements to validate that functionality. i.e. How to test.

Defect link..

Asked By: ektakharade | Asked On: Jun 23rd, 2014

What is actual meaning of linking defect ?

Answered by: STI on: Jul 6th, 2014

Linking of defect also means - If a user story / task has multiple defects, so all these bugs should be linked to the user story / task for tracking purposes. Why linking ? - To track, If the bug is ...

Answered by: Viswa on: Jul 3rd, 2014

If there is duplicate defects like two defects created for same problem then this defects will be linked to get a better attention to the problem

What is the difference between black box and white box testing ?

Asked By: niranbaro | Asked On: May 21st, 2014

Answered by: Sadiya on: Jul 4th, 2014

Black box testing :Code is invisible,Testers are needed
White Box Testing : Code is visible,Only Developers are needed because they are the ones having good knowledge of programming as compared to the tester.

Answered by: Parinitha Murali on: May 25th, 2014

White Box Testing: > After the software is developed, the developer checks each and every line of code against the requirements. Since each and every line is tested here. it is also called unit test...

What is defect tracking?

Asked By: ektakharade | Asked On: Jun 23rd, 2014

What is actual meaning of defect tracking? Is there any difference between defect tracking and defect loging. I need practical answer.

Answered by: swapnali on: Jul 2nd, 2014

Defect tracking covers all stages of a bug life cycle such as logging the defect in a defect database, assign that defect to respective developer, analyze the root cause of the defect, fixing the defe...

Answered by: Praveena on: Jun 24th, 2014

Defect tracking - it is tracking of a issue or a defect found right from  logging into the tool throughout the defect cycle when it is in various stages .New -Assigned -Open-Test- verified-Closed or ...

When we know that testing is complete?

Asked By: prakash_534 | Asked On: Feb 8th, 2006

Answered by: Vedika Ahluwalia on: Jun 16th, 2014

Following will be the different criteria when we should stop testing:

1. When the bug rate has fallen down a certain level.
2. When all the test cases have been executed and when the exit criteria has been met.
3. When the testing budget has depleted.
4. When the timeline has reached.

Answered by: StevenPace on: Jul 12th, 2008

God will decend and gently stroke your cheek, telling you that you did well my son.  Seriously, how could it ever be complete?  The question is one of balancing compeating priorities.  ...

Test case review and traceability matrix

Asked By: ektakharade | Asked On: Jun 9th, 2014

What is difference between test case review and traceability matrix?

Answered by: Rajat Shukla on: Jun 12th, 2014

Test case review : Its a process where a Test Lead reviews the test cases of his junior test engineer, so that test better test coverage and quality product can be achieved. This process is same as ...

What is pilot testing?

Asked By: Pradeep | Asked On: May 18th, 2006

Answered by: Abhranil Ghosh on: Apr 17th, 2014

System users or their designated representatives confirm that the components have been built or configured according to the defined specifications. In other words, the users verify that the system can be used to help them run their business. Training activities will also begin in this phase.

Answered by: mfsi_satyakamm on: Jan 6th, 2012

Hi, Pilot Testing is like a trial run. It helps in identifying the best testing tool and how to use it in the best way. Here a testing tool is used in a small or a dummy kind of a project first wher...

What are the testing tools used to test sharepoint applications?

Asked By: ssivarao47 | Asked On: Apr 16th, 2014

Can anyone please provide me some valuable answers to the above one?

Cannot execute all test cases

Asked By: Sushmitakp | Asked On: Apr 1st, 2013

What do we do if we cannot execute all the test cases

Answered by: sulochana on: Mar 24th, 2014

We can mark it as blocked and proceed with other testcases.

Answered by: pavan on: Dec 10th, 2013

We mark it as not applicable and proceed with further testcases which are executing

Explain severity and priority with examples ?

Asked By: Abhishek Srivastava | Asked On: Jan 13th, 2014

Answered by: kalyaniunr on: Mar 4th, 2014

Severity describes seriousness of an Issue It has three categories 1. Critical 2. Non Critical High (NCH) 3. Non Low (NCL) Critical: Critical severity will given by the test engineers whenever they ...

Interview questions for 3 years experience

Asked By: sumanth | Asked On: Dec 26th, 2013

Hi, please someone let me know what all the questions we can expect from the interviewer for the manual testers who has 3 yrs of exp. thanks, sumanth

Testing technique

Asked By: vijenjoy2k2 | Asked On: Mar 20th, 2013

Input and output combinations that will be treated the same way by the system can be tested using which techique? 1. Boundary value 2. Equivalance partition 3. Decision table 4. State transition

Answered by: subin baby on: Dec 4th, 2013

Equivalence partitioning

Answered by: kiruba on: Oct 22nd, 2013

Equivalence partitioning

Boundary value analysis

Asked By: snehal | Asked On: Sep 24th, 2013

In a system designed to work out the tax to be paid: an employee has £4000 of salary tax free. The next £1500 is taxed at 10% the next £28000 is taxed at 22% any further amount is taxed at 40% to the nearest whole pound, which of these is a valid boundary value analysis test case? please explain...

Answered by: archana on: Oct 6th, 2013

Boundary value is just below or Just above the extreme edges of input Data
So As Salary 4000 is tax free
next 1500 is taxed at 10% => 4000+1500=5500 taxed at 10%
next 28000 is taxed at 22% =>28000+5500= 33500 is taxed at 22%
any further taxed at 40%
so valid boundary value is 33501.

Requirement traceability matrix

Asked By: rmangala | Asked On: Sep 29th, 2010

When do we prepare rtm (requirement traceability matrix), is it before test case designing or after test case designing?

Answered by: Sambodhan Dhammapathee on: Sep 27th, 2013

If your intension is to check the coverage of the existing testcase then you can prepare it after testcase creation. If in case your intension is to ensure every requirement is getting covered then yo...

Answered by: Kiran Kumar T on: Feb 13th, 2013

It is very important from the testing prospective. Where we map the requirements with test cases. By preparing the RTM we can ensure that we have covered all required functionalities of the appln in our testing

Involving testing personnel in project planning stage

Asked By: stewie_Test | Asked On: Jun 7th, 2013

Hi guys recently I faced few interviews where they keep asking me this question, how do you justify involvement of testing team in initial project planning stages or do you think this helps tester in any way while spending time on this . please provide best of your knowledge thanks in advance

Answered by: Anish on: Sep 19th, 2013

Testing team should also include from the inital phase of the project, for ex:, planning stage. This gives them a good idea about the project and it helps them in writing test cases. At the planning s...

The testing technique that requires devising test cases to demonstrate that each program function is operational is called a. gray-box testing b. glass-box testing c. black-box testing ...

Asked By: neha | Asked On: Sep 17th, 2007

Answered by: MADHU on: Apr 8th, 2013

A

Answered by: Amrit on: Oct 11th, 2011

Grey Box Testing is the Answer to the Question. Grey box testing is a software testing technique that uses a combination of black box testing and white box testing. Gray box testing is not a complete ...

Independency

Asked By: vijenjoy2k2 | Asked On: Mar 20th, 2013

A company devleops websites for its clients. The testing team tests each build of the software once development releases it. Once testers complete the testing, they also work on coding the next build. All testers and developers report to project manager. what type of independency is achieved above? 1....

What is test bed?

Asked By: Gaurav Gupta | Asked On: Feb 3rd, 2006

Answered by: UNKNOWN on: Feb 13th, 2013

Test Bed is an mandatory environment setup for the application to be tested.

Answered by: mfsi_chinmayb on: Jan 18th, 2012

Hi
Test bed is the blocks which is used to make the test environment for the execution of the test.
It includes H/W, S/W,configuration of the product under test , operating system or any other additional things that may establish to environment for the test execution.

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