Answered On : May 23rd, 2005
The purpose of testing can be quality assurance, verification and validation, or reliability estimation. Testing can be used as a generic metric as well. Correctness testing and reliability testing are two major areas of testing. Software testing is a trade-off between budget, time and quality.
Answered On : Jun 13th, 2005
The main course of testing is to check for the existance of defects or errors in a program or project or product, based up on some predefined instructions or conditions.( It can be a scope document or HLDD)
Answered On : Jun 14th, 2005
The purpose of testing is to find bugs and make sure sure they get fixed.
Answered On : Jun 19th, 2005
To improve the quality of the product.
Answered On : Jun 21st, 2005
The Purpose of Testing is to Analyse that the Product is according to Requirnments
Answered On : Jul 4th, 2005
The process of attaining a bug free programm, by finding all the bugs in the application
Answered On : Jul 5th, 2005
The purpose of testing is to measure the quality of the program by finding the bugs in the program. in this process we perform Verifiction and Validation on the project or applicaion. Verification : checks consistency with the i/p's Validation: Checks Consistency with the User Requirements.
Answered On : Jul 6th, 2005
The Purpose of Testing is to find the errors but not to fix the erros.
Answered On : Jul 9th, 2005
The purpose of testing : 1.The product/project should meet the Requirements 2.To satisty the End-User 3.To maintain the quality according to the Key process area for each CMM Level i 1 to 5 or six sigma or CMM Level 1 to 5 or ISO 4.To attain a good name in the market that the company producing Zero defect product /project.
Answered On : Jul 12th, 2005
The purpose of testing is to ensure a quality product, which is reasonably bug free; it is a process which assures that the product is in sync with the requirements specified by the client and the client finally gets what he has asked for without any problems in the software.
Answered On : Jul 19th, 2005
The purpose of Testing is to produce quality products.To make it defect free and satisfy the end users.Before implementing the project to the client, all the necessary Testing should be done.
Answered On : Jul 21st, 2005
The purpose of the testing is the prepare the bug free quality product in the market. Success of any project is the sole responsibillity of tester.
Answered On : Jul 22nd, 2005
Testing is executing a program with the intent of finding as-yet undiscovered error.This is the most desirable method of verifying functional and performance requirements.
Answered On : Jul 27th, 2005
Testing is a process by which your ensuring that given requirement specification and actual result of the software should meet the same.
Answered On : Jul 30th, 2005
First of all i would like to say that testing is not the purpose but it is the need, which ensures that the developed system is ready to work at the client place
Answered On : Sep 5th, 2005
The purpose of the testing is to discover the bugs. To discover any conceivable fault, find any weakness in the product. Meets the customer expectation.
Answered On : Sep 13th, 2005
Testing is the process of identifying defects where defect is a variance between expected and actual results.The measurement of software qualityconfirming that a program performs its intended functions correctly.Established confidence that a program does what it is supposed to do.verfifying that program satisfies its required functions correctly or identifying discrepancies between expected and actual resultsThe process of executing the software with the intent of finding errors.The process of evaluating a program or system.
Answered On : Sep 14th, 2005
Purpose of testing is to validate the product, application against requirements for correctness.
Answered On : Sep 20th, 2005
The purpose of testing to find bugs as early as possible and get them fix so as to imporve quality of the product.
Answered On : Oct 6th, 2005
executing a program with the intention of finding errors,intentionally making things to go wrong and finding out the errors at that stage.Testing is oriented to detection.
Answered On : Dec 5th, 2005
testing means to excute aprogramor anappliction with intention of verifing the requirements.or excete a program to idtentify the bugs.
Finding bugs in the product and checking the application whether its meet the customer requirements
The purpose of testing is to check the quality of the product and to deleiver bug free project
Answered On : Jan 6th, 2006
Testing involves operation of a system or application under controlled conditions and evaluating the results (eg, 'if the user is in interface A of the application while using hardware B, and does C, then D should happen'). The controlled conditions should include both normal and abnormal conditions. Testing should intentionally attempt to make things go wrong to determine if things happen when they shouldn't or things don't happen when they should. It is oriented to 'detection'. Organizations vary considerably in how they assign responsibility for QA and testing. Sometimes they're the combined responsibility of one group or individual. Also common are project teams that include a mix of testers and developers who work closely together, with overall QA processes monitored by project managers. It will depend on what best fits an organization's size and business structure
The purpose of Testing is to find bugs and find them as early as possible and make sure they get fixed.
Testing is the process to ensure the product or application built is working according to the functionlity,specifications and standards as developed.
Answered On : Jan 21st, 2006
Simply, testing is a measure of correctness/defectlessness in any work product.SoftwareTesting is the process of finding bugs/defects in any software product.
To ensure that the product or the application developed by the manufacturer to upto mark in respective to its1)standards2)Specification3)Qulaity in terms of Bug free.4)Accepted by the end user.
Answered On : Jan 31st, 2006
Testing is nothing but the assurance given or certify that a product is ready to use or fit to use.
To improve the quality of product, which is bugs free
Answered On : Feb 10th, 2006
Hi, The purpose of testing is to prove that the system or application works asexpected to the client..Regards,satya.k
1.Testing mainly improves the quality of the software according to clients requirements by matching expected and actual values.2.Detecting defects3.Number of test cases excuted to catchthe functionaliy of the application.
Purpose to testing is to give bug free software to the customers and improving the quality of the application or product
Answered On : Mar 3rd, 2006
A Very Small and Perfect Statement for "What is the need of testing?"Testing is done to check for the Completeness, Correctness, Security and Quality of the System.
Answered On : Mar 27th, 2006
the testing is to provide to user error free product or bug free..also check the all requirement of user is completed or not
The purpose of testing is to find bugs, and see to it that they get fixed.. Thus ensuring better quality.. Testing also helps to check if user requirements are met.
Answered On : May 17th, 2006
Testing is for finding errors and fix error to verification and validation before a product is delivered to client.
Answered On : Jun 30th, 2006
Testing is to improve the quality of the product.the quality can be improved only when the test engineers intentionally finding out the errors......
Answered On : Jul 12th, 2006
The Purpose of Testing is to find the bugs and find them as early as possible (During Developement Lifecycle) and make sure that tey get fixed.
Testing should never be carried out with an intension of making the product as bug free product.Testing should be carried out to gain the confidence for releasing the product.Testing is a co-operation excersize between developer and tester.
Answered On : Sep 13th, 2006
The Main Purpose of Testing is to find Bug in any application ,and also to to minimize the Risk associated with that Bug,also the purpose of testing is to improve the Quality of product.
Answered On : Sep 13th, 2006
Answered On : Sep 26th, 2006
The purpose of testing is to assure, before release, that the clients requirements are met, to produce a product with superior quality, gain a competative advantage and not to mention, to cut down cost by preventing any would be costly repairs and maintenance.
Answered On : Sep 27th, 2006
To attain an error free superior product, provide quality assurance, cut down costs through elimination of maintenance and therefore gaining a competative edge for the client
Answered On : Oct 27th, 2006
The purpose of testing is to find the faults and whether the software meets the customer requirements or not?
Purpose of tesitng is to finding the errors and whether software meets the customer requirements or not.and to build the cinfidence about the system
Answered On : Dec 2nd, 2006
In this process the defects are identified, isolated, subjected for rectification and ensure that the product is defect free in order to produce a quality product in end and hence customer satisfaction.
Answered On : Jan 18th, 2007
Identifying and isolated the deffects.subject to rectification.
Find bugs, find them as early as possible and make sure they get fixed.
Answered On : Mar 3rd, 2007
To satisfy the customer,To maintain the quality according to the hey process area for each CMM level is 1 to 5,To attain good name in the market that the company producing zero defect product/project,The product/project should meet the requirement.
Answered On : Sep 27th, 2007
One purpose is to increase more job opportunities, increase head counts and getting more billable from the client. Developers hide things when they cant meet requirements, so testers are motivated to work against them to find such things. It will be benefit for the developed software.
Answered On : Oct 25th, 2007
The purpose of software requirement is to improve quality for customer requirement
Answered On : Oct 27th, 2007
Software testing is the process of executing a software system to determine whether it matches its specification and executes in its intended environment. * To unearth and correct defects. * To detect defects early and to reduce cost of defect fixing. * To ensure that product works as user expected it to. * To avoid user detecting problems.
Purpose of testing is to reduce the risk of the software
The purpose the of the testing is to make sure that the a) Given product is a bug Freeb) Ensure that it covers all the requirements pertaining to the Stake Holders of the prodctand so on...
Testing is the process of executing a program with the intent of finding errors
The purpose of testing is to uncover hidden errors in the software and main thing is it can justify the standards of the application.
The purpose of testing is to find bugs/defects and reporting them. Testing should intend to send an error free system which is user friendly, is according to the requirements, and is satisfying to the customer.
The purpose of testing depends on its business needs and expected value. The purpose may be to:1) discover and report defects in order to improve quality.2) assess and report on overall quality with a predetermined degree of confidence so that relevant stakeholders can make informed business decisions regarding it.3) determine whether something (like a software application) meets end-user requirements ('does the right thing').4) determine whether something (like a software application) meets criteria defined by internal specifications ('does things right').
The purpose of testing is to run application or system with intention to find out the bugs (Functions that do not perform as expected).
Answered On : Aug 10th, 2011
To measure & validate the delivered product against the agreed business requirements and identify gaps, faults or unforeseen / unexpected behaviour.
To ensure the product is fit for purpose