What do you mean Inscope and Outscope

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We can define scope by defining deliverable, functionality and data and a;so by defining technical structure.
In-scope are things the project generates internally e.g. Project Charter, Business Requirement Specification etc.
Out-scope are are things the project delivers to the users e.g. screens and reports. Users typically think of a system in these terms. It also includes any hardware or software required by the users or the project team.

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  • Jul 14th, 2014

InScope - What are all testings we are going to conduct for the App. (Like - Functional testing, Regression Testing, Load Testing...etc.)

Outof Scope - What are all the testings we are NOT going to conduct for the App. (Like - Security Testing, Stress Testing...etc).

We can define them in Test Plan.

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