Answered On : Jun 12th, 2006
Answered On : Jun 15th, 2006
A test scenario is almost like a story like example "a user enters into the application from login window by entering valid user name and password.After entering he will click on module Payslip and clicks on latest payslip feature to view his latest payslip".Any test scenario will contain a specific goal.A test case can be derived from a scenario .For the above scenario we can write a test case like :Test Case # 1:S.No Steps Expected1 Open the login window Login window is open2 Enter valid UN & Pwd Application should be open3 Click on Payslip Features in payslip should be displayed4 Click on latest payslip feature It should open latest payslip windowAbove is a positive test case and a negative test case can also be prepared.A test case is prepared and executed with a goal to find the hidden defects with different possibilities.
Answered On : Jun 30th, 2006
Test Scenario: From Use Case & Functionality Requirement of the Application.Test Case: From Test Scenario (Use Case & Funtionality Requirement) of App.
Answered On : Jul 11th, 2006
Test Scenario represents a series of actions that are associated together. (From initiation to completion)Test Case represents a signle (low level) action by the user.
Answered On : Aug 29th, 2006
Test Scenarios are just a flow of the application.e.g. 1. Filling up all the fields on the form --> click on Ok button --> Next screen1. Filling up all the fields on the form --> click on Cancel button --> All the will be erased.The main difference between test scanarios and test cases is scenarios won't contain actual data to be put while executing where as test cases will have actual data to be put and the expected result.Everything else will remain the same. Anyone correct me if I am wrong.
Answered On : Sep 11th, 2006
Test Scenario is a high level test case,but Test case is a detailed set of test data used by a tester which also mentions the expected results.A test case validates one or more system requirements and generates a pass or fail (bug).
Answered On : Oct 1st, 2006
Test case:Test Case is a commonly used term for a specific test. This is usually the smallest unit of testing. A Test Case will consist of information such as requirements testing, test steps, verification steps, prerequisites, outputs, test environment, etc. A set of inputs, execution preconditions, and expected outcomes developed for a particular objective, such as to exercise a particular program path or to verify compliance with a specific requirement. Test scenario:Definition of a set of test cases or test scripts and the sequence in which they are to be executed. sudhakar kolla.My Email:email@example.com.My Number:09819859346.
Answered On : Dec 12th, 2006
Test Scenario is name of the test cases list & Test Case is executable statements w.r.p. to requirements.
Answered On : Dec 19th, 2006
a test scenerio is a set of interlinked test cases
Answered On : Jan 10th, 2007
Test Scenario : A set of test cases that ensure that the business process flows are tested from end to end. They may be independent tests or a series of tests that follow each other, each dependent on the output of the previous one.Test Case : Is a document which describes the input, Action/Event and expected response to determine whether the particular functionality of the application is working fine.
Answered On : Feb 22nd, 2007
I want to give simple example for Test scenario and Test casesFor Example:If i want to validate the login pageTest Scenario will be: User receives an error message when he enters invalid parameters in the login page.Test Cases 1: User receives an error message when he enters valid userid and invalid password.Test Cases 2: User receives an error message when he enters invalid userid and valid passwordTest Cases 3: User receives an error message when he enters invalid userid and invalid passwordBased on the Test Scenario ,Test engineer are writing test cases.Test Scenario are derived from the Client Requirements.
Answered On : Jul 21st, 2007
Bookmen and company offers trade discount to established booksellers and others for a rearly relased best seller. The specification for discounts is as follows-for private customer or libraning:___________________________if mode of payment is cash, then discount 20%if mode of payment credit card the discount is 10%if order quantity is less then 6 and greater then 60 then there is no sale and appropriate message are displayed for all types if customers.for book sellers:----------------------If order quantity isa >=6 and 20 and
Answered On : Mar 21st, 2009
Test cases is concerned with a single functionality, but where as test scenarios is concerned with end to end transaction with business point of viewExample for Test Case on Flight Application Test Case Name :Check the functionality of Login ButtonSteps:1) Invoke Flight Application2) Enter User name3) Enter Password4) Click Login ButtonExample of Test Scenario on Flight ApplicationTest Scenario : Check whether citizens are able to book 1 ticket on Economy classSteps:1) Invoke Flight Application2) Enter valid User name 3) Enter Valid Password4) click on Login Button5) Click on File Menu and Select New Order6) Select date, Flight From, Flight To7) Click on Flight Icon Button8) Select the desired Flight from the list and Click OK button9) Enter your name9) Select Class of ticket (economy)10) Enter NO of Tickets (example:1)11) click order buttonTest Scenario : Check whether citizens are able to book 3 ticket on Economy classSteps:1) Invoke Flight Application2) Enter valid User name 3) Enter Valid Password4) click on Login Button5) Click on File Menu and Select New Order6) Select date, Flight From, Flight To7) Click on Flight Icon Button8) Select the desired Flight from the list and Click OK button9) Enter your name9) Select Class of ticket (economy)10) Enter NO of Tickets (example:3)11) click order buttonTest Scenario : Check whether citizens are able to book tickets on Business classSteps:1) Invoke Flight Application2) Enter valid User name 3) Enter Valid Password4) click on Login Button5) Click on File Menu and Select New Order6) Select date, Flight From, Flight To7) Click on Flight Icon Button8) Select the desired Flight from the list and Click OK button9) Enter your name9) Select Class of ticket (Business)10) Enter NO of Tickets (example:1)11) click order buttonLike wise you can creates more scenarios with different dates, different flights, class, no of tickets etcHope this will help full to you
Test scenario means that it will give the summary of what fucntionality you are going to check.Test case means the flow for testing the functionality.
Answered On : Aug 14th, 2011
Test Scenario is condition writing.
Test Case is procedure writing.
Answered On : Aug 30th, 2011
Test Scenario: This is a brief story about the flow/path followed by the system/application under test to achieve a business Use case
Test Case: The various checkpoints that define the expected results/Behaviour of the application. A Test scenarios will have multiple test cases that need to be executed in order for a QA to consider the Application is meeting the requirements.
Answered On : Sep 8th, 2011
Test Scenario means what is to be Tested and Test Case means How What is to be Tested.
Answered On : Oct 10th, 2011
Test Scenario: It is nothing but a particular functionality of the application need to be tested.
Example: "Checking the login page of an application".
Test cases: It is a set of test steps to follow that performs the above functionality.
Step 1. enter valid username.
Step 2. enter valid password.
Step 3. click on submit button.
(along with the expected results for each step is mentioned)
Answered On : Oct 19th, 2011
Test scenario :
A set of test cases that ensure that the business process flows are tested from end to end. They may be independent tests or a series of tests that follow each other, each dependent on the output of the previous one
A set of test data and test programs (test scripts) and their expected results. A test case validates one or more system requirements and generates a pass or fail.
Answered On : Feb 27th, 2012
Test scenario is Nothing but "What to Test" and Test case is "How to Test"
Answered On : Apr 22nd, 2012
Test case is document, which describes how the application should work like step by step detailed executable process( Inputs, expected outcome). where as Test scenario high level test case It doesn't include any executable steps. For example: if we take any login page.
Test scenario: "Verify the Login page" this is high level scenario:
Test case: Enter the username, and password(inPuts) and click submit button ....User name , pwd should be entered successfully page navigates to different page...something...detailed description is called test cases....step by step procedure...
Answered On : Aug 4th, 2012
Test scenario is noting but test case test how do u execute the test case
Answered On : Aug 5th, 2012
Answered On : Sep 13th, 2012
I am not satisfy your answer. Test scenario is different and testcase is different. In this test scenario we are testing specific functionality, nothing but number of test test cases.
Answered On : Sep 13th, 2012
Test scenario is top view of any application.
and by using test scenario , test cases should be written
Answered On : Feb 14th, 2013
It is a document, which describe the sequence on which test cases should be executed
Answered On : Mar 21st, 2013
Test scenario gives the idea of what we have to test for eg: a login page.one test scenario will be" verify the functionality of the username textbox". test scenario is a high level design doc which is made from the applications use-case and requirement functionality.
Test Cases tells us how to do THAT test. eg: for the above condition corresponding testcases can be "check the uname with valid values".."check with alphanumeric etc....".Its a low level doc prepared from test scenario.
Answered On : Jun 3rd, 2014
No dileep its not be different ,by using test scenario will creat the test cases
Answered On : Jun 6th, 2014
Test Scenario: The situation or scene where we have to do testing on an application.
Test Case: The details/ procedure of testing describing what we are doing to test it. It is derived from test scenario.