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    unit testing to golden testing steps

    Hi !!
    can any one tell me sequence of all testing types.
    e.g. 1. unit testing
    2. integration testing........
    To
    Golden testing.(at the time of release)


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    Re: unit testing to golden testing steps

    hi darshil

    as per my view it maily depends upon the functionality of the project and the testing types differs accordingly

    Thanks


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    Re: unit testing to golden testing steps

    but generally which sequence we have to use..


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    Re: unit testing to golden testing steps

    hi darshil,

    generally the testing type sequence are 1.smoke 2.sanity 3.unit 4.integartion
    5.functionality 6. security 7.performance etc

    Thanks
    Deepasree


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    Re: unit testing to golden testing steps

    Hi ,
    The sequence of Functional testing is 1. Unit testing 2. Integration testing. 3. System testing. 4 UAT (User Acceptance testing). if the project is included to conver non functional then we have to branch from step 3 to non functional such as perfomace, Load stress, volume etc. There is NO STANDARDS defined for golden testing in IEEE or in BS. There are some term GOLD BOX Testing. it Overall defines how we test the requiment.

    Cheers

    Surya


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    Re: unit testing to golden testing steps

    thanks a lotttttttttttt to Deepasree & subasurya for answer. & improving my knoeledge......


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    Re: unit testing to golden testing steps

    Unit Testing,

    Integration Testing,

    System Testing(Smoke testing,Functionality testing,Non Functionality Testing)
    *Non Functional Testing includes Usability testing,Performance testing,Load testing,Stress testing,Security testing,Scalabity testing,Realiability testing,Browser-Compatability testing,Configuration testing,Localisation testing and Internalisation testing.

    Alpha and Beta Testing,

    User acceptance Testing.


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