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Testing Manual Hanu

Testing Manual Hanu

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Published by: Padmashree Deepak on Jul 19, 2010
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ORANGE IT SOLUTIONS
Testing Manual
Page 1
 
ORANGE IT SOLUTIONS
CONTENTSI. The Software life cycle
1.1 Feasibility Study
1.2 Systems Analysis
1.3 Systems Design1.4 Coding1.5 Testing1.6
Installation & Maintenance
2. Software Development Life Cycles
2.1. Code-and-fix model2.2. Waterfall model2.3. Prototyping model2.4 Incremental2.5 Spiral model
3. Testing Life Cycle
3.1 System Study
3.2 Scope/
Approach/ Estimation3.3 Test Plan Design3.4 Test Cases Design
3.5 T
est Case Review
3.6
Test Case Execution
3.7 Defect Handling3
.8 Gap Analysis
3.9Deliverables
4 Testing Phases – The V Model
4.1
Unit Testing
4.2
Integration Testing
4.3 System Testing4.4
Acceptance Testing
5 Testing Methods – FURRPSC Model
5.1 Functionality Testing5.2
Usability Testing
5.3
Reliability Testing
5.4
Regression Testing
5.5 Performance Testing5.6
Scalability Testing
5.7 Co
mpatibility Testing
6 Performance Life Cycle
Page 2
 The Analyst conducts an initialstudy of the problem and asks isthe solution Technologically possible?Economically possible?Legally possible?Operationally possible?
si ble?O peationall
 
Feasibility StudyDesignCodingAnalysisTestingInstallation &Maintenance
ORANGE IT SOLUTIONS
6.1 What is Performance Testing
6.2 Why Performance Testing6.3 Performance Testing6.4 Load – Testing6.5 Stress – Testing
6.6 When should we start Performance Testing
6.7 Popular tools used to conduct Performance Testing6.8 Performance Test Process
7 Life Cycle of Automation
7.1 What is Automation?7.2 Benefits of Test Automation7.3 False Benefits7.4 What are the different tools available in the
market?
8 Testing Limitations
8.1 Test Stop Criteria
9 Tester Responsibilities
9.1 How to Prioritize Tests
10 How can we improve the efficiency in testing?
1. The Software life cycle
All of the stages from start to finish that take place when developing anew Software.
 The software life-cycle is a description of the events that occurbetween the birth and death of a software project inclusively.
Page 3 possi ble?Scheduled time scale  possi ble?stems analyst conducts an ini
 
Feasibility Study and problem Analysis
– What exactly is this system supposed to do?Determine and spell out the details of the problem.
Design
– How will the system solve the problem?
Coding
– Translating the design into the actual system
.
• Testing
– Does the system solve the problem?– Have the requirements been satisfied?– Does the system work properly in all situations?
• Maintenance
– Bug fixes

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