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Month: February 2015

Acceptance testing

Acceptance testing, a testing technique performed to determine whether or not the software system has met the required specifications. The main purpose of this test is to evaluate the system’s compliance with the business requirements and verify if it is has met the required criteria for delivery to end-users. After the system test has corrected all or most defects, the system will be delivered to the user or customer for acceptance testing. Acceptance testing is basically done by the user or customer although other stakeholders may be involved as well. The goal of acceptance testing is to establish confidence in Read More

Adhoc Testing

    Adhoc testing is an informal testing type to break the system. This testing is usually an unplanned activity. It does not follow any test design techniques to create test cases. In fact is does not create test cases altogether! This testing is primarily performed if the knowledge of testers in the system under test is very high. Testers randomly test the application without any test cases or any business requirement document. Adhoc Testing does not follow any structured way of testing and it is randomly done on any part of the application. The main aim of this testing Read More