Manual Testing

Approaches of integration testing is mainly divided into two basic types.
Incremental Approach
Non-Incremental Approach

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“Validation is the process of determining if the things are done the right way.”  it more towards the end results, what exactly the customer/user wants, are we building the software which customer/user really wants?
” Verification is the process of determining is the right things are done as per specification.” it more towards the checking the software against created specifications/guidelines. here we are not bothering about the end result of the software. we may endup to create something else.

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Informal review is the most common and widely use review technique. There are so many advantages of informal review over formal and well documented review but the key advantage is time saving.To conduct the informal review documentation, minimum number of members or entry criteria etc. are not mandatory so this can be consider as a better way of review.

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An evaluation of a product or project status to ascertain discrepancies from planned results and to recommend improvements. Review is a process to understand the current state of the product and match with the expected state if it varies from expected state then recommend the improvements.Review is static method of evaluation or examination of various documents and source code.

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For almost all application we need to find the boundary of the features inside the application under test and it can be done by Boundary Value Analysis (BVA). 

Boundary Value Analysis is a test design technique which does a selection of test case that exercises bounding values.

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Equivalence Class Partitioning is a black box testing method that divides the input domain of a program into classes of data from which test cases can be derived. It defines a test case that uncovers classes of errors and therefore the total number of gets reduced.there should be minimum two classes, one is for position cases and another is for negative cases.

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Test Design Techniques helps you design your test cases more effective to test different areas and test application in different ways. In this post we will take a look at different categories of test design techniques.

Each testing technique falls into one of a number of different categories. Broadly speaking there are two main categories.

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There are many effort estimation techniques, but in this post we will focus on few of them and will understand the basic concepts of them.before explaining Software Testing Estimation Techniques, first we start with some basic questions…

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The purpose of system test planning or simply test planning, is to get ready and organized for test execution.A test plan provides a framework, scope, details of resource needed, effort required, schedule of activities, and a budget. A framework is a set of ideas, facts, or circumstances within which the tests will be conducted.

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Test plan and Test Strategy terms creates lot of confusion between the quality professionals. many companies used it in a wrong way.There is very distinct difference between these Test plan and Test Strategy. we will see the what exactly is Test plan and Test Strategy is and their differences.

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