Can any one give me BVA and Equivalence partitioning Testcases for >18 and

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kurtz182  

  • Member Since Nov-2009 | Jan 6th, 2010


Equivalence partitioning and boundary value analysis to test a text box and accepts values greater than 18 and less than 21.  The range of acceptable input is then 19 an 20.  This isn't much of a range.  In this example, there is no need to perform equivalence class partitioning because all numbers in the class will be used to conduct boundary value analysis. 

The test values are: 

18 ( min - 1 )
19 ( min )
20 ( max )
21 ( max + 1 )

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gunjakx

  • Nov 14th, 2007
 

17, 18, 19   20, 21, 22

Invalid Equivalence Classes = 17, 18, 21, 22
Valid Equlivalence Classes = 19 & 20

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Equivalence partitioning and boundary value analysis to test a text box and accepts values greater than 18 and less than 21.  The range of acceptable input is then 19 an 20.  This isn't much of a range.  In this example, there is no need to perform equivalence class partitioning because all numbers in the class will be used to conduct boundary value analysis. 

The test values are: 

18 ( min - 1 )
19 ( min )
20 ( max )
21 ( max + 1 )

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BVA:

Test Case #    Value    Result
        1                19       Valid
        2                18       Invalid
        3                17       Invalid
        4                21       Invalid
        5                22       Invalid
        6                20       Valid

Equivalence Partitioning:

18 <= Value >= 21   Invalid
18 > Value <21  Valid

Please correct me, if i am wrong..
Thanks

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