Testing Sequence

What is testing sequence in Sanity and Smoke Testing? Which will come first?

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  • Aug 4th, 2010

Smoke testing will take the priority over sanity testing. Mostly smoke testing is done by dev to verify if the code is good to take the build.
Sanity is performed by the tester to verify if the basic functinoality is working correctly

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  • Feb 12th, 2011

Smoke Testing is a part of Build Verification Testing.
Every time a build is released smoke testing is done to make sure that the all major features are working properly.
Sanity Testing is a part of Regression testing.
Whenever a bug fix done or new change takes place then we first go for sanity testing (ensure the changes work properly, only +ve scenarios we test) so that we can proceed to regression testing.

So generally Smoke testing takes priority.

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  • Jan 26th, 2013

Smoke testing is going to be done before functionality testing that is called as intial level testing and sanity testing Will be done before regression testing

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  • Feb 7th, 2013

The smoke testing is done by developer.

It is done in before upload to soft base to testers. 
The Sanity testing in done by testers.
In this test is before of regression testing.
It is done in before start the work,to the s/w is responded or not.

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v kiran kumar reddy

  • Dec 12th, 2014

Both are related to BVT. There is no difference in both. It depends on Organization to use the name. When a build is deployed for testing. we check the major functionality is working fine or not and we can navigate to all the areas of the application. t

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  • Apr 27th, 2017

Which come first in testing between scenario testing, smoke testing, and regression testing?

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  • Jul 11th, 2017

Smoke will come first, once the smoke is performed and we are sure that the build is testable we can perform sanity.

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