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Why regression testing is important?

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Regression Testing: When changes in the code of the software are made to fix the previous bug. Then testing needs to be perform to ensure that it will not generate a new bug in the application and it works as specified and that it has not negatively impacted any functionality that it offered previously. Regression Testing is important because of following reason:


 


- That the application works even after the alteration in the code were made.


- The original functionality continues to work as specified even after doing changes in the software application.


- The alteration to the software application has not introduced any new bugs.

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What is the difference between verification and validation?

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Verification: Verification is a process to ensure that the software that is made, matches the original design. In other words, it checks whether the software is made according to the criteria and specification described in the requirement document. It is to check whether you built the product right as per design. It is a low level checking. (It is done in walk-through meetings generally). It checked whether it is made accordingly to the design..


Validation: Validation is a process to check whether the product design fits the client’s need. It checks whether you built the right thing. It checks whether it is designed properly.

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Describe Use Case Testing.

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Use Case: A use case is a description of the process which is performed by the end user for a particular task. Use case contains a sequence of step which is performed by the end user to complete a specific task or a step by step process that describe how the application and end user interact with each other. Use case is written by the user point of view.


Use case Testing: the use case testing uses this use case to evaluate the application. So that, the tester can examines all the functionalities of the application. Use case testing cover whole application, tester performs this testing in step by step process to complete one task

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What are the benefits of Automated Testing?

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The benefits of Automation Testing are below:


 


- Test engineer productivity.


- Coverage of regression testing.


- Reusability of test cases.


- Consistency in testing.


- Test interval reduction


- Reduced software maintenance cost


- Increased test effectiveness

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What is Monkey testing?

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Monkey testing is a type of Black Box Testing used mostly at the Unit Level. In this tester enter the data in any format and check the software is not crashing. In this testing we use Smart monkey and Dumb monkey.


- Smart monkeys are used for load and stress testing, they will help in finding the bugs. They are very expensive to develop.


- Dumb monkey, they are important for basic testing. They help in finding those bugs which are having high severity. Dumb monkey are less expensive as compare to Smart monkeys.


Example: In phone number filed Symbols are entered.

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what is use case? What is the diffrence between test cases and use cases?

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Use case is nothing but the functional specification document in which all the customer requirements are documented.


Test case is a document which tells wat to test, steps to test and expected and actual results.


 

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What is recovery/error testing?

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Recovery/error testing is testing how well a system recovers from crashes, hardware failures, or other catastrophic problems.

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What is the difference between Load Testing and Performance Testing?

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Basically Load, Stress and Performance Testing are the same. However, Load testing is the test to check the users’ response time of number of users of any one scenario of the application whereas Performance Testing is the test to check the user response time for multiple scenario of the same application.

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