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1Introduction to Software
1.1Evolution of the Software Testing discipline
1.2The Testing process and the Software Testing Life Cycle
1.3Broad Categories of Testing
1.4Widely employed Types of Testing
1.5The Testing Techniques
1.6Chapter Summary
2Black Box and White Box testing
2.3Testing Strategies/Techniques
2.4Black box testing Methods
2.5Black Box (Vs) White Box
2.6WHITE BOX TESTING
3 GUI Testing
3.1Section 1 - Windows Compliance Testing
3.2Section 2 - Screen Validation Checklist
3.3Specific Field Tests
3.4Validation Testing - Standard Actions
4Regression Testing
4.1What is regression Testing
4.2Test Execution
4.3Change Request
4.5Traceability Matrix
5Phases of Testing
5.2Types and Phases of Testing
5.3The “V”Model
6Integration Testing
6.1Generalization of module testing criteria
7Acceptance Testing
7.2Factors influencing Acceptance Testing
7.3Conclusion
8SYSTEM TESTING
8.1 Introduction to SYSTEM TESTING
8.2Need for System Testing
8.3System Testing Techniques
8.4Functional techniques
9 Unit Testing
9.1Introduction to Unit Testing
9.2Unit Testing –Flow:
Unit Testing – Black Box Approach
Unit Testing – White Box Approach
Unit Testing – FIELD LEVEL CHECKS
Unit Testing – Field Level Validations
Unit Testing – User Interface Checks
9.3Execution of Unit Tests
Unit Testing Flow :
9.4Conclusion
10Test Strategy
10.1Introduction
10.3Test Strategy Flow :
10.4General Testing Strategies
10.5Need for Test Strategy
10.6Developing a Test Strategy
10.7Conclusion:
11TEST PLAN
11.1What is a Test Plan?
Contents of a Test Plan
12Test Data Preparation - Introduction
12.1Criteria for Test Data Collection
12.2Classification of Test Data Types
12.3Organizing the data
12.4Data Load and Data Maintenance
12.5 Testing the Data
12.6Conclusion
13Test Logs - Introduction
13.2Collecting Status Data
14 Test Report
14.1Executive Summary
15Defect Management
15.2Defect Fundamentals
15.3Defect Tracking
15.4Defect Classification
15.5Defect Reporting Guidelines
16.2Automation Life Cycle
16.3Preparing the Test Environment
16.4Automation Methods
17General automation tool comparison
17.1Functional Test Tool Matrix
17.2Record and Playback
17.3 Web Testing
17.4Database Tests
17.5Data Functions
17.6Object Mapping
17.7Image Testing
17.8Test/Error recovery
17.9Object Name Map
17.10Object Identity Tool
17.11Extensible Language
17.12Environment Support
17.13Integration
17.15Ease Of Use
17.16Support
17.17Object Tests
17.19Matrix score
18Sample Test Automation Tool
18.1Rational Suite of tools
18.3Rational Robot
18.4Robot login window
18.5Rational Robot main window-GUI script
18.6Record and Playback options
18.7Verification points
18.8About SQABasic Header Files
18.9Adding Declarations to the Global Header File
18.10Inserting a Comment into a GUI Script:
18.11About Data pools
18.12Debug menu
18.13Compiling the script
18.14Compilation errors
19Rational Test Manager
19.1Test Manager-Results screen
20Supported environments
20.1Operating system
20.2Protocols
20.3Web browsers
20.4Markup languages
20.5Development environments
21Performance Testing
21.1 What is Performance testing?
21.2 Why Performance testing?
21.3Performance Testing Objectives
22Performance Testing Process
22.1Phase 1 – Requirements Study
22.2Phase 2 – Test Plan
22.3Phase 3 – Test Design
22.4Phase 4 –Scripting
22.5Phase 5 – Test Execution
22.6Phase 6 – Test Analysis
22.7Phase 7 – Preparation of Reports
22.8Common Mistakes in Performance Testing
22.9Benchmarking Lessons
23.1LoadRunner 6.5
23.2WebLoad 4.5
23.4 General Tests
24Performance Metrics
24.1Client Side Statistics
24.2Server Side Statistics
24.3Network Statistics
24.4Conclusion
25Load Testing
25.1Why is load testing important ?
25.2When should load testing be done?
26Load Testing Process
26.1System Analysis
26.2User Scripts
26.3Settings
26.4Performance Monitoring
26.5Analyzing Results
26.6Conclusion
27Stress Testing
27.1Introduction to Stress Testing
27.2 Background to Automated Stress Testing
27.3Automated Stress Testing Implementation
27.4Programmable Interfaces
27.5Graphical User Interfaces
27.6Data Flow Diagram
27.7Techniques Used to Isolate Defects
28Test Case Coverage
28.1Test Coverage
28.2Test coverage measures
29.2Calculating the Test Case Points:
29.3Chapter Summary
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