Category: Manual Tsting

Difference Between Error Fault and Failure

Difference Between Error Fault and Failure Error-A human interaction which produces an incorrect result.Can also be called as Defect,Bug or Mistake. Fault-A manifestation of an error in software .A fault, if encountered cause a failure. Failure : Deviation of the software from expected delivery or service.  

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Causes of software defects

Causes of software defects are the following When a programmer  writes hundreds may thousands lines of the code we could not possibly expect it to be 100% correct.This could be due to several factor.including: Human being are fallible Miscommunication Software Complexity Programming Error Changing Requirement Time Pressure Poorly Documented Code Software Development Tools     […]

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Interview Question with Answer

1.Can u let me know the example of some defect that was identified in your project? A- -Before that i found in payment option of menu items not showing recently updated payment. -I also detected some specific windows are making delay in opening for intraday chart with smaller time frame. 2.What is severity? A-Severity is […]

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IEEE 829 test plan structure

IEEE 829-2008, also known as the 829 Standard for Software Test Documentation, is an IEEE standard that specifies the form of a set of documents for use in defined stages of software testing, each stage potentially producing its own separate type of document. 1. Test plan identifier 2. Introduction 3. Test items 4. Features to […]

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V-Model

In order to overcome the drawbacks of waterfall model,Spiral Model,Prototype Model also if the requirements are not verified then we go V-Model Note-This model is best suitable for verification and validation Unit Testing-Testing each and every lines in the source code. Functional Testing-Testing the entire functionality of an application against the requirement specification. Integration testing […]

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