Write one example that you have not find the bug in black box testing but you will find in white box testing?

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  • Dec 2nd, 2007

Let's say you have an entity that is stored across multiple tables and the test case is to delete the entity.  In black-box testing, once the entity disappears from the GUI after deletion, your black-box test case is considered passed.  But with white-box testing, you'd check if all related rows are deleted from the tables.  If the deletion happens to delete only the parent record and leave behind orphan rows, the test case is considered failed.

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There are few errors like 'Context Switch Dead Lock', 'Loader Exceptions' in .net could not be identified most of the time during Black Box testing. They can be found happening in White box testing

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