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  • Ad hoc Testing

    What is the purpose of Ad Hoc Testing in Software Testing?


    • Mar 23rd, 2011

    Generally every company is plans to follow complete and correct procedure in testing. But sometimes companies try to follow informal methods in testing due to lack of time, depends on risk, lack of kn...

  • Requirements Traceability in Product Testing

    What is the importance of requirements traceability in a product testing?

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    Geethika Gayathri  

    • Member Since Mar-2010 | Mar 19th, 2010

    Traceability matrix maps the requirements to the test cases written. The matrix will help us to check if we have attained 100% test coverage or not.

  • Exploratory Testing

    Where does Exploratory Testing Fit? What are the Pros and Cons in Exploratory Testing?


    • Jan 6th, 2011

    Exploratory testing comes in picture due to lack of documentation. When there is no availability of documentation then testing team depends on similar project browsing, contacts with customer site pe...

  • Acceptance Testing

    The main focus of acceptance testing is:a) Finding faults in the systemb) Ensuring that the system is acceptable to all usersc) Testing the system with other systemsd) Testing from a business perspective.


    • Nov 10th, 2014

    Testing from buisness perspective

  • Functional and Functionality testing

    Can anybody describe the difference between the functional testing and functionality testing?


    • Apr 7th, 2019

    FUNCTIONAL TESTING : called black box testing bcoz no knowledge of internal logic of system is used to develop test cases
    FUNCTIONALITY TESTING : it is a part of functional testing giving input and chcking output


    • Jun 13th, 2017

    Functionality Testing:Giving the input and checking the output.Testing the application against specifications
    Functional Testing:The software application operates in conformance with the requirement specification

  • Alpha and Beta testing.

    can any one briefly explain what is the difference between alpha testing and beta testing in terms of product and application?


    • Jan 6th, 2011

    Alpha testing - this testing comes under UAT(user acceptance testing). The team for this testing includes development team, testing team and customer. It is conducted at developers organisation with r...


    • Dec 8th, 2009

    Alpha testing is the final in-house testing before the software is released to production.  The first phase of Alpha testing is typically performed by in-house developers. In the second stage, th...

  • Driver and Stub

    With what type of test is a driver and a stub most closely associated?


    • Jun 30th, 2016

    Driver I used in bottom-up integration approach and stub is used in top-down integration approach.
    Driver is a temporary calling Module.
    Stub are special purpose programs, not completely implemented and replaced with original module as integration moves downwards in the application structure.

    Manmohan Garg

    • Jan 11th, 2016

    Driver and Stubs are used in integration testing. It is difficult to track defect in an integrated design. So individual module are tested before they are integrated or as soon as a module is develope...