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What is the example of high severity and high priority bugs?

Asked by: Interview Candidate | Asked on: Jun 19th, 2006
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Answered On : Jun 21st, 2006

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Answered On : Jun 22nd, 2006

Any defect that is occur in an application, stops the functionality and further prevents the execution of application functionality can be termed as severity.
The developer has to fix that defect as soon as possible, hence the priority is also HIGH.

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Answered On : Jun 23rd, 2006

High Severity: As others have stated... it is a bug that has a high impact on a product. High severe bug might have adverse effects on smooth running of the product or application. The bug that can end in crash of OS is one of the classic example.High Priority:Normally a bug gets its priority based on the immediate business requirements. A business might have a plan of accomplishing a product with specific functionality among its 5 other functionalities. Hence the functionalities are tested/fixed based on the immediate business requirement. Based on this timeline the bug attains its priority.

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Answered On : Jun 30th, 2006

High Severity:How much the bug affect the Tester(Very High,High,Medium,Low)eg:  Get any Home page.for eg:In the Yahoo Login page..U r Entered the Valid User name and Password..But U got Some error Message..That means U couln't proceed further..We Call it has a Screen Stopper Bur..We Should Giv It is a High Severity...Coz Thenonly We can Proceed furtherly.It Should be rectified as soon as possible..High Priority:How much the bug affect the Clients/Business Requirements(High,Medium,Low)If the application shouldnot reach the Business Requirements or It works but not reach the expected reqirements means we lock it has a bug..It Should be rectified as soon as possible..    

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Answered On : Nov 8th, 2006

High Severity & High PriorityEx. If 'Login' is required in Application and are unable to login in the application by stopping the customer to progress further. 

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Answered On : Nov 16th, 2006

If occuered any shopstopper bugs in our application, those bug's have High severity and High prority.....Means if tester not able to tests further functionalities due to this bug, that is stopshppper bug.Ex: Not able to access realted pages properly and insted of that page if open code related stuff.

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