Software Testing Principles

Below are some basic Software Testing Principles: – A necessary part of a test case is a definition of the expected output or result.– A programmer should avoid attempting to test his or her own program. – A programming organization should not test its own programs. – Thoroughly inspect the results of each test. – Test cases must …

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Software Test Planning

The quality of Software Testing effort depends on the quality of quality of Software Testing Planning. Software Testing Planning is very critical and important part of Software Testing Process. Below are some questions and suggestions for Software Test Planning: – Have you planned for an overall testing schedule and the personnel required, and associated training …

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Functional Testing Vs Non-Functional Testing

Functional Testing: Testing the application against business requirements. Functional testing is done using the functional specifications provided by the client or by using the design specifications like use cases provided by the design team.Functional Testing covers: Non-Functional Testing: Testing the application against client’s and performance requirement. Non-Functioning testing is done based on the requirements and test scenarios …

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Testing ActiveX Controls using QuickTest Professional

Many applications include ActiveX controls developed with third-party vendors. You can use the QuickTest Professional ActiveX Add-in to test ActiveX controls. You can create and run software tests and components on these controls, as well as check their properties. QuickTest Professional supports Software Testing on ActiveX controls in any application. Dialog(“ActiveX Calendars”).ActiveX(“SMonth Control”).WinComboBox(“ComboBox”).Select “May” Set ButDesc = Description.Create ButDesc(“ProgId”).Value = “Forms.CommandButton.1” ButDesc(“Caption”).Value = …

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How to correlate a Winsock script in LoadRunner

For LoadRunner 7.51 and later, users can correlate the dynamic value for a Winsock script from VuGen‘s Tree View. Below is further information on how it can be accomplished. In LoadRunner, to use the Tree View for correlation: Also See: Other LoadRunner Tutorials

Software Testing Dictionary

Software Testing Dictionary Acceptance criteria – Exit criteria that a component or system or application must satisfy in order to be accepted by an end user or customer or other authorized entity.Acceptance Testing: Testing conducted to enable a user/customer to determine whether to accept a software product. Normally performed to validate the software meets a set of …

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