1. Integration Testing?


Ans: testing of combined parts of an application to determine if they function together correctly. The 'parts' can be code modules, individual applications, client and server applications on a network, etc. This type of testing is especially relevant to client/server and distributed systems.

2. What is stub & Drivers? Ans. Stub A Stub is a temporary component that sends response to other component. It is called component. Driver A driver is also a temporary component which will integrate two components and stores the result. It is calling component.

3. Traceability matrix? Forward and Backward Traceability matrix approaches with examples? Ans: the mapping of use cases and test cases in the form of rows and columns is known as traceability matrix. 4. How can u come to know that u have covered all functionality? Ans: By using the traceability matrix we will ensure whether v have covered all functionality. 5. I have given 1200 test cases for 1 day. How u will precede Testing? Ans: Initially ill prioritize all the test cases and ill execute only the high priority test cases. 6. Reviews (Peer reviews, walkthroughs, inspections, formal reviews, informal reviews)? Ans: Reviews are nothing but the opinion of colleagues on our test cases. Walkthrough(informal reviews) This is an informal meeting for checking og our test cases.no preparation is required for this.

Peer Reviews these are nothing but the personal reviews of all our team members.

Inspections (formal reviews) An inspection is more formalized than a 'walkthrough', typically with 3-8 people including a moderator, reader, and a recorder to take notes on our test cases.

7. Waterfall model Agile model V model


8. Defect Bug Error? Error An error is encountered by a devloper in development envirement. 9. Alpha testing & Beta Testing?
Alpha and Beta testing concepts are different from Product based company and a Service based company.

Defect A Defect is faced by tester in testing envirement

Bug A Bug is faced by Advisor in prod envirement

Company Type

Alpha Testing

Product based company

testing which is done at the developer's site by the testers

Service based company

testing conducted by customers at Developer's site.

Beta Testing testing done by the tester by generating the customer's environment . the process of giving the product to customers and let them do the testing at their environment.

10. User Acceptance Testing? Testing Type

Why Usually the end users who will be using the applications test the application before accepting the application. This type of testing gives the end users the confidence that the application being delivered to them meets their requirements.

User Acceptance Testing

When User Acceptance Testing is often the final step before rolling out the application.

11. Non functional Testing s? Generally we are not involved in the Non functional testing s. Non functional Testing Types

1.Performanc e Testing 1.1 Load Testing

Description Performance testing is conducted to evaluate the compliance of the system with the performance requirement specifications with acceptable response times and resource utilization (memory, processor, network).Load and stress testing are types of performance testing with distinct goals. Load Testing is nothing but , Increasing the load level from normal to High .nd checking system performance at maximum load as per client requirement. Load means, the number of concurrent users acting on the application. Load testing is done to determine the capability of the system to handle the anticipated number of concurrent users without much degradation in system performance. Stress testing is conducted to determine the amount of load the system can handle before breaking down or to identify the peak load handled by the system. Volume testing refers to testing a software application performance with a certain amount of data. It is a process to determine that an information system protects data and maintains functionality as intended.

1.2 Stress testing 2.Data Volume Testing 3.Security testing

12. Functional Testing? 13. Web Testing? Web testing is the name given to software testing that focuses on web applications. Complete testing of a web-based system before going live can help address issues before the system is revealed to the public. Web security testing tells us whether Web based applications requirements are met when they are subjected to malicious input data. 14. Unit Testing? Unit testing techniques? Unit Testing is part of white box testing .This is nothing but code testing. Checking the code by module wise & executing unit test cases by individual module.

15. Block box Testing? Block box Testing Techniques? Block box testing is nothing but functional testing Typical black box test design techniques include: y y y y y Decision table testing Pair wise testing State transition tables Equivalence partitioning Boundary value analysis

16. Defect life cycle The different phases in defect life cycle include: Open: New defect reported by a tester (customer, tech support rep, etc). Assigned: Defect assigned to a developer to be analyzed/repaired (not in book's version) Fixed: developer has implemented a fix Resolved/Closed: Tester verifies that fix corrects the bug Deferred: Defects that are being put off until a future release Review: Waiting for decision by CCB

17. What are the challenges u faced?

18. Importance of Deferred? 19. What are quality standards u will think to improve testing?

20. Agile V Model? 21. Retrospective call? It is the call made by client before the release in which every tester will participate.In this client will ask often what went well etc..

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