Answered On : Oct 21st, 2005
Bug- Conformed defected is called bug. It is said to be bug only at developer place.Defect- Any Functionality is wrong then it is said to be defect by testers. It turns to bug in developers place
Answered On : Oct 22nd, 2005
Defect is found by customer.
Answered On : Oct 24th, 2005
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Answered On : Oct 26th, 2005
bug comes after completing the projectdefect comes at developing time
Answered On : Nov 6th, 2005
BUG :It is a fault in a program which causes the program to perform in an unintended or unanticipated manner. bug is a terminology which is used by Test EngineersDefect :Nonconformance to requirements or functional / program specificationdefect is a terminology which is used by Test Engineers
Answered On : Nov 7th, 2005
BUG :It is a fault in a program which causes the program to perform in an unintended or unanticipated manner. bug is a terminology which is used by Test engineersDefect :Nonconformance to requirements or functional / program specificationdefect is a terminology which is used by programmers
Answered On : Nov 15th, 2005
Defect: Missing requirements is called defect.Bug:Dis satisfaction of the requirements.
Answered On : Nov 25th, 2005
Error:Which comes at the time of developementBug:Which comes at the time of testing(Pre-Release)Defect:Which comes in Production or when client doing the system testing(Post-Release)ragunathen Wrote: Defect: Missing requirements is called defect.Bug:Dis satisfaction of the requirements.
When tester verify the test cases, All failed test cases are recorded as bugs directed for necessary action and recoded in defects reports. As a testing point of view all fail test cases are defects as well as found bugs. While development point of view if product doesn't meet the SRS or any feature that is to be required, it is defects in that system. Who found this feature is not meeting his or her requirement, he or she call it is bug in that product. Mukesh Chauhan Banaglore
Answered On : Jan 10th, 2006
Bug: Software is said to have bug if it features deviates from specifications.Defect: Software is said to have Defect,if it has unwanted side effects.
Answered On : Jan 12th, 2006
Im gonna throw some light on the differences which I know:Error: If there is any mismatch in coding which was developed by the software developer then it is called Error.Defect: If that mismatch is found by Test Engineer then it is called a Defect.Bug: If the defect is sent to the developers and they accept it to resolve then it is called Bug.
Answered On : Jan 14th, 2006
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Answered On : Jan 23rd, 2006
defect is not found by customer, Defect is introduced in the Software due to the result of the Error.
Answered On : Jan 23rd, 2006
Defect: Deviation from the Requirement is known as "Defect".Bug: A Perticuler defect is Cnfirmed by the developers is known as "Bug"
defect is nothing but when tester ound durin execut
Answered On : Feb 22nd, 2006
In General testing terminolgy a Bug is mismatch found in the result by the tester between the expected and the actual and it is called a defect when the developer accepts it as a bug.
Answered On : Feb 24th, 2006
Bug:- Bug is a fault of an apllication , defect:- fault of an specific one.that means some companies called BUG and some companies called defectas my exp wise both is similler.
Answered On : Apr 25th, 2006
Bug: It is a mismatch between the expected value and the actual value(expected is what the requirement specified in the SRS,actual is the result that we get while axecuting the application)Bug is raised by the testerDefect: the developers accept the bugs raised by the testers interms of defects not as bugs.
Answered On : May 25th, 2006
Bug : In Computer Technology ,a bug is a Coding error on a computer programme.Defect : non-conformance of software to its requirements.Error : A mental mistake made by a programmer that may result in a Programm Fault .A bug, defect, error, are all examples of a Failure.
Answered On : May 30th, 2006
Bug is before product goes into production. Defect is after product goes into production.
Answered On : Jun 1st, 2006
Both are same
Answered On : Jun 21st, 2006
Error---> a mistake in code is error , due to errors in codingdefect-------> test engineers getting mismatches in application build are defects .BUG------> if the defects are accepted by developers to be solved then it is bug
Answered On : Jun 22nd, 2006
Can anyone plz tell me what is the difference between an error and a bug?
Answered On : Aug 4th, 2006
Error : Is an undesirable deviation from requirements Bug : Is an error found BEFORE the application goes into production Defect :Is an error found AFTER the application goes into production
Answered On : Sep 19th, 2006
A mistake in code is called error.. If test engineer found this mistake it is defect. If developer accepts this defect then it is know as bug.
Answered On : Sep 23rd, 2006
Bug : A fault in a program which causes the program to perform in an unintended or unanticipated manner. Defect: Nonconformance to requirements or functional / program specification sudhakar kolla.My Email:firstname.lastname@example.org.My Number:09819859346.
Answered On : Sep 28th, 2006
Defect: .Nonconformance to requirements or functional / program specificationBug:...An error or defect in software or hardware that causes a program to malfunction. Often a bug is caused by conflicts in software when applications try to run in tandem. According to folklore, the first computer
Answered On : Sep 28th, 2006
Bug: An error or defect in software or hardware that causes a program to malfunction. Often a bug is caused by conflicts in software when applications try to run in tandem. According to folklore, the first computer bug was an actual bug. Discovered in 1945 at Harvard, a moth trapped between two electrical relays of the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator caused the whole machine to shut down.Defect: Nonconformance to requirements or functional / program specification
Answered On : Oct 17th, 2006
In software testing, the difference between bug and defect is small, and also depends on the end client. For some clients, bug and defect are synonymous, while others believe bugs are subsets of defects.Difference #1 : In bug reports, the defects are easier to describe.Difference #2 : In bug reports it is easier to write descriptions as to how to replicate defects. In other words, defects tend to require only brief explanations.Commonality #1 : We, software test engineers, discover both bugs & defects.Commonality #2 : We, software QA engineers, use the software much like real users would, to find both bugs and defects, to submit bug reports to the developers, i.e., tell them if they have achieved the desired level of quality.Commonality #3 : We, software QA engineers, do not differentiate between bugs & defects. In our reports we include both bugs & defects that are the result of software testing,
Answered On : Oct 18th, 2006
A bug is any unwanted thing occur in requirement.When a bug get its conditional envirment it become a defect.ex. there is spark plug missing in ur bike. Its Bug.Due to non avaliality of spark plug you can't start your bike, this is defect.
Answered On : Dec 12th, 2006
Bug is an error that comes before an application goes to production.
Defect is an error that comes after an application goes to production.
Answered On : Apr 14th, 2007
Bug is used by professionalsDefect is used by professionals(or)customers (or)if the product is not reach the requirements then it is Defect
Answered On : Apr 26th, 2007
Bug can be found by Tester and Defect can be found by User, who can use the real product.
Answered On : May 7th, 2007
BUG: Difference between the expected and actual result. while executing the test case if we find any difference in the expected and actual result is "BUG"Error: After sucessfull complication of the testing we will hand over the project to client, client implements that application in the real environment (live environment) while using(end user) the application if end user gets any problem is called "error"Bug:bugs in the company site.(reported tester or developer or business analyst etc)Error: Bugs in the live environment(reported by end user)
Bug: It is an error which is found before a Product/Project goes into Production.Defect: It is an Error which is found after a Product goes into productionBr//Sudhakar
Answered On : Jun 19th, 2007
A mistake in coding is called Error(mistake made by Developers).This mistake found by test Engineer during testing is called Defect or Issue. This Defect or isuue accepted by Developers to resolve is called Bug
Bug is the discrepancy between observed value and a expected value.Defect is something that causes the s/w to behave in an inconsistent manner with the requirements or needs of customers.
Answered On : Aug 8th, 2007
Bug is a word used by the technical people, that is, in the pre-production environment.Defect is a word used by the common people, that is, in the production environment.
Answered On : Oct 7th, 2007
Bug:- When a tester Executing steps of a test cases finds something out of the way he calls it as a Bug in the application.Defect : When Development Team Verifies that Bug and Fixes it they call is is a DefectGauravCisco
Answered On : Oct 18th, 2007
Remember the sequencewhen any mistake found by the programmer then it is called Error --when this error found by the tester then that error called defects( might be user interface,might be functionality defect etc..) if this defect fix by the developer then that defect called BUG very simple know
Answered On : Nov 6th, 2007
Bug , Defect and Fault are one and the same .Human do knowingly or unknowingly mistake is known as an Error .. which when introduced into the system result into Bug, Defect or fault in the system. It is abnormal behaviour of the program .. software does what it is not suppose to do . or it does not do what it is suppose to do .. The end result after the intervention of the bug in the S/W result into the failure of the End Product that is at the Client side ...
Answered On : Nov 6th, 2007
Hi everybody ..this is Idris ...Bug and Defect are 1 and the same... Human do mistake that can programmatic mistake knowingly or unknowingly that introduce ERROR.This ERROR when enters the system causes BUG , DEFECT or FAULT. this is at the system level .The BUG , DEFECT causes system to behave anonymously . It will cause a deviation in the actual result to the expected result.After the intervention of the bug into the system it will cause the FAILURE of the end product.
Answered On : Nov 13th, 2007
Any deviation from the expected is a bug. and a bug found after the final release in the product it is defect. it is called as defective product.
Defect is a flaw in the system or the component that causes the system or the component fail to produce its required functionbug is the varaince b/w the expected and obtained result
Bug : Whenever, a Tester found any Problem with the Software, that is called Bug.Defect: Whenver, Client found any Problem with the Software, that is called Defect
BUG: which is found during testing process and will get fix before release if not due to complexity or uncleared requirement will be taken up in further releases and same will be communicated to customer.Defect : which is found at customer site which could have been found and fixed during testing but that issue again occure.
A bug is the one which is present in the application and can be fixed whereas a defect is the one present in the application but cannot be fixed.
A bug is found in source code.A defect is found when an application's functionality does not meet requirements.
Defect will arise under testing or development environment and is discovered by the tester or developer.Bug will arise under production environment and is discovered by the enduser.
Answered On : Jun 6th, 2012
Dude dont copy from the book .. please think ur self ... bug means it is finding faults in a software program or we do in some program , the program will be mistake or error in program . it is called bugs .
defect means failure model . the customer does not like the product .
Answered On : Jun 18th, 2012
Bug: When a tester find out, then tester will be saying it as Bug.
Defect : When developer accepts that bug then they will call it as Defect.
Error: When developer commits any logical. syntax errors in the coding then it is called as Error.
Failure: When any issue find out by the client and company accepting it then it is called as Failure.
Answered On : Jun 29th, 2012
I am not satisfy with above definition . As I have knowledge "Bug" : when we execute a set of inputs and product does not behave as per the requirement that is call bug . "Defect" : Deviation between the expected out out and in actual out put is know as defect .
Answered On : Mar 29th, 2013
Bug means tester identify the defects but that defect developers are accepted is calling bug (or) when the software released in the market customer identify the defects its also calling Bug.
Answered On : Nov 26th, 2013
Defect: when a tester found deviation from the expected result to the actual result ,that is called defect.
Bug:When that defect is accepted by the developer,then that defect will be a bug.
Answered On : Jul 23rd, 2014
Defect means: Expected behavior is not matching with the actual result of that software is called defect. In other words deviation from customer expectations is called Defect
Bug: Tester while doing the testing if he found any defect then he will raise. If that raised defect accepted by the developer called Bug
Answered On : Sep 3rd, 2014
Defect means deviation from requirement and specification
bug means informal name of defect