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Software Testing Checklists

Software QA Testing Checklists

Today we bring back to you another quality tool that’s so often under-used that we thought we might rehash details about it within the hope that it regains its lost glory. it’s a ‘Check List’.

A Checklist may be a catalog of items/tasks that are recorded for tracking. This list might be either ordered during a sequence or might be haphazard.

Checklists are a neighborhood and parcel of our daily lives. We use them in various situations from grocery shopping to having a to-do list for the day’s activities.

Testing Checklist

Are you getting to start a replacement project for testing? Don’t forget to see this Testing Checklist in each and each step of your Project Life Cycle. The list is usually like the Test plan, it’ll cover all Quality Assurance and Testing Standards.

Testing Checklist: 

  1. Create System and Acceptance Tests [ ]
  2. Start Acceptance Test Creation [ ]
  3. Identify Test team [ ]
  4. Create Workplan [ ]
  5. Create Test Approach [ ]
  6. Link Acceptance Criteria and Requirements to form the basis of Acceptance Test [ ]
  7. Use a subset of system test cases to form the requirements portion of the Acceptance Test [ ]
  8. Create scripts for use by the customer to demonstrate that the system meets requirements [ ]
  9. Create a Test schedule. Include people and all other resources. [ ]
  10. Conduct Acceptance Test [ ]
  11. Start System Test Creation [ ]
  12. Identify test team members [ ]
  13. Create Workplan [ ]
  14. Determine Resource Requirements [ ]
  15. Identify productivity tools for testing [ ]
  16. Determine Data Requirements [ ]
  17. Reach an agreement with Data Center [ ]
  18. Create Test Approach [ ]
  19. Identify any facilities that are needed [ ]
  20. Obtain and review existing test material [ ]
  21. Create an inventory of test items [ ]
  22. Identify Design states, conditions, processes, and procedures [ ]
  23. Determine the need for Code-based (white box) testing. Identify conditions. [ ]
  24. Identify all functional requirements [ ]
  25. End inventory creation [ ]
  26. Start Test Case creation [ ]
  27. Create Test Cases based on the inventory of test items [ ]
  28. Identify logical groups of business function for the new system [ ]
  29. Divide test cases into functional groups traced to test item inventory [ ]
  30. Design data sets to correspond to test cases [ ]
  31. End Test Case creation [ ]
  32. Review business functions, test cases, and data sets with users [ ]
  33. Get signoff on test design from Project leader and QA [ ]
  34. End Test Design [ ]
  35. Begin Test Preparation [ ]
  36. Obtain Test Support resources [ ]
  37. Outline expected results for each test case [ ]
  38. Obtain Test Data. Validate and trace to test cases [ ]
  39. Prepare detailed Test Scripts for each test case [ ]
  40. Prepare & Document environmental setup procedures. Include back up and recovery plans [ ]
  41. End Test Preparation phase [ ]
  42. Conduct System Test [ ]
  43. Execute Test Scripts [ ]
  44. Compare the actual result to expected [ ]
  45. Document discrepancies and create problem report [ ]
  46. Prepare maintenance phase input [ ]
  47. Re-execute test group after problem repairs [ ]
  48. Create a final test report, include known bugs list [ ]
  49. Obtain formal signoff [ ]

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