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What to do when software is full of bugs & it can’t be tested at all?

In this situation the best solution is to have test engineers go through the process of reporting whatever bugs or problem initially show up, with the focus being on critical bugs. Since this type of problem can severely affect schedules… Continue Reading

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What should be done after bug is found?

When a bug is found, it needs to be communicated and assigned to developers that can fix it. After the problem is resolved fixes should be re-tested. Additionally, determinations. A variety of commercial, problem-tracking/management software tools are available. These tools,… Continue Reading

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Do automated testing tools make testing easier?

For larger projects, or ongoing long-term projects, they can be valuable.But for small projects, the time needed to learn and implement them is usually not worthwhile. A common type of automated tool is the record/playback type. For example, A test… Continue Reading

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What are the important Check Points for Installation Testing?

Installation testing of a new software application should be able to check points like 1)To check previously installed version of the software or its dependent software or patches like previously installed Service packs, this is to ensure that older version… Continue Reading

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Out of Tester & Developer, who is most appropriate to do Unit Testing & Integration Testing?

Of course Developers. It is quite difficult for a tester to do unit testing and integration testing since it involves in depth understanding of the code. Hence developers should do the unit testing and integration testing. While doing unit testing… Continue Reading

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What is Phase Containment and Defect Prevention?

Phase Containment is incorporating QA into all the phases of SDLC. It results in Defect Prevention. If QA team performs Requirement review, design Review and Code Review, defects would be few when active application is tested. That means we have… Continue Reading