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What is the difference between Load Testing and Performance Testing? 

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What is Binary Portability Testing?

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Testing an executable application for portability across system platforms and environments, usually for conformation to an ABI specification.

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What's fuzz testing ?

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1) List down usecases (taken from business cases) from function specs. For each use case write a test case and categorize them into sanity tests, functionality, GUI, performance etc. Then for each test case, write its workflow. 


2) For a GUI application - make a list of all GUI controls. For each control start writing test cases for testing of the control UI, functionality (impact on the whole application), negative testing (for incorrect inputs), performance etc.  

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What is GUI testing? What elements will we cover in GUI testing?

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In GUI testing, need to cover the customer requirement if don't have to validate  Font size, colors, spellings(labels) etc.


Every application should follow Microsoft rules like


- Controls should be Initcap (i.e every label should start with Capital letter )Can observe that in Win applications every label starts with Caps


- OK or Cancel button should exist


- Controls should not be overlapped


- Controls should be alligned properly (left side alignment is mandatory but the right side is optional)


- Controls should be visible


- Short cut keys should be provided


- System menu should exist (i.e if u press Alt key + Space bar a menu will appear at the left most corner )


- Mouse pointer events 


Colors, Label Names, Tab Order, Alignment, graphs , Navigation of the software to test in GUI Testing.

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What is the BEST WAY to write test cases?

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1) List down usecases (taken from business cases) from function specs. For each use case write a test case and categorize them into sanity tests, functionality, GUI, performance etc. Then for each test case, write its workflow. 


2) For a GUI application - make a list of all GUI controls. For each control start writing test cases for testing of the control UI, functionality (impact on the whole application), negative testing (for incorrect inputs), performance etc. 


 

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What is an exit and entry criteria in a Test Plan ?

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Generally,test plan document is prepared by TL&QM.


Entry &Exit criteria is part of test plan document


 


Entry criteria is 


- Testing environment established


- Test cases prepared


- Build received from development team


 


Exit criteria is


- All modules are covered or not


- All test cases are completely executed or not


- All bugs resolved or not


 

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