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When there is a new enhancement, what kind of test cases will you write and how will you ensure that everything is covered? a. We have to write Functional TCs. Based upon the Traceability matrix we came to know whether everything is covered in the enhancement. 4. Explain Integration Testing? a. In Integration Testing, we can test the multiple components 5. What is the audit process? How do you perform the audit? Requirements for the QA Audit meeting: a. Project Plan b. Project requirements document(s) – All requirements have to be available in requirements documents – No exceptions c. System Test Plan d. System Test Scripts with Traceability The auditor may ask questions to the team what was their understanding on the requirement, how did they implement/test and what strategy did they follow?
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What is Defect Density? What is the formula? Explain with example. Defect density = Total no of bugs/Total no of test cases or (KLOC)

7. What is change management? Change management is also called as change request. • Prepare change request • Perform impact analysis (work product, effort schedule) • Re-estimate delivery schedule • Review impact with senior management and other effected groups, as necessary • Obtain approval from change control board • Implement the approved changes in the work item • Perform review/testing process to verify the implementation of change • Update closure status of change request. 8. How you calculate Schedule variance? What is the formula? Schedule Variance = (Actual -Planned) / (Planned) * 100

9. (LOC represents Lines of Code) Test cost (in %) = Cost of testing / total cost *100 Quality of Testing = No of defects found during Testing/ (No of defects found during testing + No of acceptance defects found after delivery) *100 Test Execution Productivity = No of Test cycles executed / Actual Effort for testing 10. Customer Satisfaction Process Metrics 1. testing will be done to check the bug/CR and the impacted areas. What is Regression Testing? If a bug or CR is raised against the development. quality product is consistently meeting customer's requirements in terms of costs. This type of testing is Regression 11. Defect Containment Effectiveness Test Coverage = Number of units (KLOC/FP) tested / total size of the system. delivery schedule & services offered. after implementing the same. Defect Density Refer Question 4 2. What is Quality product? A quality product definition varies from company to company. is test scenario? Explain with example (positive and negative aspect) 12. Generally. Effort Variance Effort Variance = ((Actual Effort – Planned Effort)/Planned) * 100 Quality Metrics 1. What are the metrics available? What are the formulas? Product Metrics 1. Defect Removal Efficiency DRE= (Defect Found by Internal Team/Total no of defects found) * 100 2. Schedule Variance Refer Question 6 2. What .

should provide valid results as defined) . 2. What is test data? Test data means all type of input and output data which is used to test the application 16. necessary hardware configurations etc. Exit Criteria: 1. Bug: Anything doesn't match the requirement.. Also checking for the necessary docs which need for the application test. 15. To check whether the docs made for the application are up to date.. We will break the numeric from .Pass . When we said retest the project which is mean detailed test for this project. 13. What is the difference between a bug and a defect Defect: error appearing but doesn't mention in the requirements. 3. What are entry and exit criteria? Entry criteria: Making the application ready for the testing being continued by setting all the necessary system properties.Test scenario is an use case which is part of a requirement or functionality.1000 which should provide valid results when entering a value in between them. 14. To check whether the testing has been completed on the application with 0 bugs or above 95% accuracy. required operating systems. A requirement is divided into multiple use cases. satisfying the requirements spec. Boundary value analysis: Ex : consider the numbers from 1 . What is Retesting? Retesting: do same test again. 17. To check whether the application is performing as intended to.2 and 3 step 1: 1 to 1000 (When entering a value starting from 1 to ending with 1000. Give examples of boundary value and equivalence partitioning test cases.infinity to + infinity in to three cases as explained in step 1. each use case is further divided into multiple test cases.

What is stub? Stub is a dummy module which behaves like a unbuilt feature. 0-9" .when entering these characters should not display any validation message Invalid Case: “A-Z. should provide Invalid results) .infinite to ending with 0. like a text box on the form need to accept only "Special Characters" So here comes the following: Valid Case: “Only special characters" .Fail Equivalence Class Partitioning: Consider an example. should provide Invalid results) – Fail step 3: 1001 to + Infinite (When entering a value starting from 1001 to ending with + Infinite.step 2: . In topDown approach we are going foe Stubs . a-z.infinite to 0 (When entering a value starting from .when entering these characters should display validation messages 18.

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