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Defects Report In-Depth

Defects Report In-Depth

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What is a defects report? It is a document that identifies and describes a defect discovered by a tester. The purpose of a defect report is to indicate the problem as clearly as possible so that developers can replicate the error quickly and fix it. Explaining a Defect Report A good defect report must conform to its checklist. The said checklist must include the items presented below. Definition of the Defect This means identifying and presenting the platform and its version on the report. It also involves logging in and examining data. The defect definition must include a list of non-standard configuration settings and their values. Likewise, state the workflow direction through the application. Research Research must be done to discover the root cause of the defect. In other wo...
Validation of Software Test

Validation of Software Test

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Validation of software tests is the process of evaluating software during or at the end of the development process. Hence, to determine whether it satisfies specified business requirements. To ensure that the product meets the user’s needs and also that the specifications were correct in the first place. In other words, to demonstrate that the product fulfills its intended use when placed in its intended environment. Methods Used in Software Test Black box (functional) testing - a testing technique in which functionality of the Application Under Test (AUT) is tested. Hence, without looking at the internal code structure, and implementation details. Likewise at the knowledge of internal paths of the software. Gray box testing - is a strategy for software debugging. The teste