How to write test cases in oracle application projects?

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Answered by: Surya Kumar Reddy

  • Aug 1st, 2011


Test cases should be derived from business requirements of the client. - Read through the business requirements clearly and then look at the configuration of the oracle apps. This would help understand the way requirements are mapped in the oracle application. - Once the mapping is understood clearly, writing test cases would just be an offset of the step 1. Test cases should bring out each and every business requirement of the client. - Few test cases will be needed to test the intended functionality of the product. These must be included in the test cases mandatory apart from business req's driven test cases.

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As a Tester we should know that there is not a any difference in writing Test cases for Java,.net or like Oracle these are only the platforms based upon this only the application is built we are going to test only in the front end of the application not on the coding so it doesn`t matter


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Surya Kumar Reddy

  • Aug 1st, 2011
 

Test cases should be derived from business requirements of the client.

- Read through the business requirements clearly and then look at the configuration of the oracle apps. This would help understand the way requirements are mapped in the oracle application.

- Once the mapping is understood clearly, writing test cases would just be an offset of the step 1. Test cases should bring out each and every business requirement of the client.

- Few test cases will be needed to test the intended functionality of the product. These must be included in the test cases mandatory apart from business req's driven test cases.

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