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Agency Name

Project Name
Software Test Plan

Reyes, Roma-Ann P. Tafalla, Arlene L.

Date: September 5, 2013

Software Test Plan

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Introduction---------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Scope----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Reference-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------2 Approach------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3 Pass / Fail Criteria------------------------------------------------------------------------4 Testing Process---------------------------------------------------------------------------6 Environmental Requirements----------------------------------------------------------6 Change Management Procedures----------------------------------------------------8 Plan Approvals-----------------------------------------------------------------------------9

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Software Test Plan

1. INTRODUCTION
The Test Plan has been created to communicate the test approach to team members. It includes It includes testing that provides the good performance of the system. They install new highly advance function to avoid loses of function of the website the provided in the company.

1.1 Objectives
To update the data in the system and new features regarding to the function of the system. Give the latest detail about the DAR (Department of Agrarian Reform).

1.2 Definitions and Acronyms


DAR Department of Agrarian Reform

2. SCOPE

The purpose of the test is to know the performance of the website and feasibility . It is critical that all system and subsystem interfaces be tested as well as system performance at this early stage. Testing of system functionality and features will not be conducted on the prototype.

3. REFERENCE

All of the detailed that need to update or tested to recognize the website. List of all document needs to the test plan are: -Project Plan - Requirements specifications - High Level design documents - Detail design documents - Functional specifications - Implementation specifications - Quality system process documents - Corporate standards and guidelines

4. APPROACH
Testing Levels
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www.dar.gov.ph

The intellectual property rights or other rights in any software that is made
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Software Test Plan available for download from the Site ("Software") belong to Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) or its suppliers/licensors. In order to access some of the information on this Site, you may have to enter into licenses with third party software providers (such as Adobe). Your ability to access that information may depend on whether you have entered into such licenses. Your use of the Software is governed by the terms of any license agreement that may accompany or be included with the Software. Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) takes no responsibility for arranging any such licenses. Do not install or use any Software unless you agree to such a license agreement.

4.1 UNIT Testing

Will be done by the developer and will be approved by the development

team leader. Proof of unit testing (test case list, sample output, data printouts, and defect information) must be provided by the programmer to the team leader before unit testing will be accepted and passed on to the test person. All unit test information will also be provided to the test person.

4.2 SYSTEM/INTEGRATION
Testing will be performed by the test manager and development team leader with assistance from the individual developers as required. No specific test tools are available for this project. Programs will enter into System/Integration test after all critical defects have been corrected. A program may have up to two Major defects as long as they do not impede testing of the program (I.E. there is a work around for the error).

4.3 ACCEPTANCE
Testing will be performed by the actual end users with the assistance of the test manager and development team leader. The acceptance test will be done in parallel with the existing previous process for a period of one month after completion of the System/Integration test process. Programs will enter into Acceptance test after all critical and major defects have been corrected. A program may have one major defect as long as it does not impede testing of the program (I.E. there is a work around for the error). Prior to final completion of acceptance testing all open critical and major defects
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MUST be corrected and verified by the Customer test representative. A limited number of distributors will participate in the initial acceptance test process. Once acceptance test is complete, distributors will be added as their ability to generate the required personal data is verified and checked against their personal data. As such, some distributors will be in actual production and some in parallel testing at the same time. This will require careful coordination of the control tables for the production system to avoid posting test data into the system.

5. PASS / FAIL CRITERIA


The Department of Agrarian Reform site have a User Friendly to catch attention for the users and the icons and the color combination was making the website more attractive.

6. TESTING PROCESS
6.1 Test Deliverables Test Plan Test Case Test Data

7. ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
The following elements are required to support the overall testing of the website.

Should access the Login of the system in order to further know the information needed that they provide. The Site and all copyright and other intellectual property rights in all text, design, logos, graphics, icons, images and other materials on this Site (the "Content") are the property of Department of

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Software Test Plan Agrarian Reform or are included with the permission of the relevant owner.

Your use of any Content, except as provided in these Terms of Use, without the written permission of the Content owner is strictly prohibited. Department of Agrarian Reform will enforce its intellectual property rights to the fullest extent permitted by the law, including the seeking of criminal prosecution.

7.1Software Different web browsers; Google, IE, Mozilla, Safari, Opera. 7.2 Security This Site has security measures in place to help protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the personally identifiable information under its control. The Department of Agrarian Reform employs security measures consistent with standard industry practice to help protect against public access to personally identifiable and account activity information collected on and used by The DAR at this Site. For instance, access to our databases with personally identifiable information is logged for security purposes and access is limited to key personnel. Certain specific activities are protected using a secure communications encryption technology called SSL. SSL (stands for Secure Sockets Layer) is a method for hiding information to prevent others from intercepting and reading the data sent between the client (your computer) and the server (this Site). Personally identifiable information and account activity are also protected through the use of user names and passwords. In order to help maintain the security of your information, you should protect the confidentiality of your user name and password.

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