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23 Apr

Waterfall Model

The Waterfall Model was first Process Model to be introduced. It is also referred to as a linear-sequential life cycle model. It is very simple to understand and use. In a waterfall model, each phase must be completed before the next phase can begin and there is no overlapping in the phases. Waterfall model is […]

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23 Apr

SDLC Models

There are various software development life cycle models defined and designed which are followed during software development process. These models are also referred as “Software Development Process Models” The development models are the various processes or methodologies that are being selected for the development of the project depending on the project’s aims and goals. There […]

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23 Apr

SDLC Process

SDLC stands for software development lifecycle. A software development lifecycle is essentially a series of steps, or phases, that provide a model for the development and lifecycle management of an application or piece of software. The methodology within the SDLC process can vary across industries and organizations, but standards such as ISO/IEC 12207 represent processes […]

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23 Apr

Quality standards

QUALITY STANDARDS Organizations (any kind) are working hard to meet customer needs and expectations. Many management tools are available to help organizations achieve this goal. Some of these are in the form of International Quality Standards. This standards can be used by organizations to deliver quality services or products to their clients. Here we will […]

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23 Apr

How much Testing is Enough

It is possible to do enough testing but determining the how much is enough is difficult. Simply doing what is planned is not sufficient since it leaves the question as to how much should be planned. What is enough testing can only be confirmed by assessing the results of testing. If lots of faults are […]

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23 Apr

What is Test case and Templete

A test case is a documentation which specifies input values, expected output and the preconditions for executing the test. Test case is How To Be Tested IEEE Standard 610 (1990) defines test case as follows: A set of test inputs, execution conditions, and expected results developed for a particular objective, such as to exercise a […]

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23 Apr

What is Defect?

While testing when a tester executes the test cases he might observe that the actual test results do not match from the expected results. The variation in the expected and actual results is known as defects. Different organizations have different names to describe this variation, commonly defects are also known as bug, problem, incidents or […]

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23 Apr

Positive and Negative Testings

Software testing is process of verifying and validating the software or application and checks whether it is working as expected. The intent is to find defects and improve the product quality. There are two ways to test the software , Positive Testing and Negative Testing. Positive testing can be performed on the system by providing […]

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23 Apr

Difference between Test case and Test scenario

Difference between Test case and Test scenario: Test case consist of set of input values, execution precondition, excepted Results and executed post condition, developed to cover certain test Condition. While Test scenario is nothing but test procedure. A Test Scenarios have one to many relation with Test case, Means A scenario have multiple test case. […]

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23 Apr

Difference between Manual and Automation Testing

Difference between Manual and Automation Testing Manual Testing Automation Testing Manual Testing is a process which is done manually. Automation Testing is a process which is done by the help of automated tools. All the famous phases of STLC like test planning, test deployment, result analysis, test execution, bug tracking and reporting tools are obviously […]

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