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Please explain What is validation testing? What is the difference b/w System Testing & Validation Testing?

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Thanks for the information provided.

Hi,

Validation testing is basically performed by the software testing experts and is done to evaluate the software during or at the end of the development process to determine that the product in build as per customer expectations and specified requirements.

Different types of testing like black box testing, white box testing, gray box testing etc. are involved in Validation.

System testing, you can say is the final test to check how the system is functioning as a whole. System testing is performed on complete application software to check whether the system is properly working or not as per the specified set of requirements.

System Testing involves software QA services like Functional and Non- Functional Testing.

Hope this information helps you out.

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Anand Singh

Anand, Thanks for the information provided.

Validation:

Validation is nothing but asking the question are we building the right system? Further speaking, it is an assurance that the system, service or application meets the needs of the customer and the stakeholders.

It is not very easy to tell the difference between the two. Let us take an illustration, so that we can understand it better.

You are testing one application. The system requirements state that there are two fields with maximum length of 64 characters and Save button as well. The Use case says that the User will fill in first and last name and click on the save button.

While checking the existence of the fields and the Save button, is verification. When you take after the use case, it is validation. With regards to testing, “Verification and Validation” are generally and usually utilized terms. The vast majority of the times, we consider the terms same, yet really the terms are very distinctive.
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Nikita, Thanks for the information provided.

  1. Software Verification: The process of evaluating software to determine whether the products of a given development phase satisfy the conditions imposed at the start of that phase.

  2. Software Validation: The process of evaluating software during or at the end of the development process to determine whether it satisfies specified requirements
  • Verification: Are we building the product right?
  • Verification: Are we building the right product?

Validation:

Validation is nothing but asking the question are we building the right system? Further speaking, it is an assurance that the system, service or application meets the needs of the customer and the stakeholders.

It is not very easy to tell the difference between the two. Let us take an illustration, so that we can understand it better.

You are testing one application. The system requirements state that there are two fields with maximum length of 64 characters and Save button as well. The Use case says that the User will fill in first and last name and click on the save button.

While checking the existence of the fields and the Save button, is verification. When you take after the use case, it is validation. With regards to testing, “Verification and Validation” are generally and usually utilized terms. The vast majority of the times, we consider the terms same, yet really the terms are very distinctive.
Validation:

Checks whether the end product meets the need of the business.

Answers the question as to whether the software or application is fit for usage and fulfills the business requirements.

The execution of software is necessary for doing validation.

Dynamic methods are used.

e.g. Types of Testing like regression, smoke etc. are involved over here.

The main aim behind carrying out the verification and validation process is as follows:

-Enables early finding and rectification of Defects.

-Supports and improves the management intervention and inside into procedure and product related risks.

-Give steady measures towards the product Life-Cycle Process, to improve consistence with schedule and budget prerequisites.

Maker’s perspective of quality, in less difficult terms implies the developers impression of the last item. Buyers perspective of quality means clients impression of the final product.

Validation is important to check whether the various data controls present on a page are accepting the desired data and giving the expected output.

When we do the V&V errands, we need to think both of these perspective of quality.

V&V processes figure out if results of a given activity affirm to requirements and are fit for its utilization. In an extremely less complex terms ( to maintain a strategic distance from any sort of perplexity), we simply recollect that Verification implies the review exercises or the static testing systems and validation implies the genuine test execution exercises or the dynamic Testing Methods.

  1. Validation:

Validation is nothing but asking the question are we building the right system? Further speaking, it is an assurance that the system, service or application meets the needs of the customer and the stakeholders.

It is not very easy to tell the difference between the two. Let us take an illustration, so that we can understand it better.

You are testing one application. The system requirements state that there are two fields with maximum length of 64 characters and Save button as well. The Use case says that the User will fill in first and last name and click on the save button.

While checking the existence of the fields and the Save button, is verification. When you take after the use case, it is validation. With regards to testing, “Verification and Validation” are generally and usually utilized terms. The vast majority of the times, we consider the terms same, yet really the terms are very distinctive.

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Validation is nothing but asking the question are we building the right system? Further speaking, it is an assurance that the system, service or application meets the needs of the customer and the stakeholders.

It is not very easy to tell the difference between the two. Let us take an illustration, so that we can understand it better.

  • Checks whether the end product meets the need of the business.

  • Answers the question as to whether the software or application is fit for usage and fulfills the business requirements.

Validation is important to check whether the various data controls present on a page are accepting the desired data and giving the expected output.

Validation Testing ensures that the product actually meets the client's needs. It can also be defined as to demonstrate that the product fulfills its intended use when deployed on appropriate environment.
Regular system testing and validation of the CCSM is required to ensure that model quality and integrity is maintained throughout the development process. This section establishes the system testing standards and the procedures that will be used to verify the standards have been met. It is assumed that component model development teams have unit tested their component prior to making it available for system testing. 

Validation is determining if the system complies with the requirements and performs functions for which it is intended and meets the organization’s goals and user needs.

While validating the product if some deviation is found in the actual result from the expected result then a bug is reported or an incident is raised. Not all incidents are bugs. But all bugs are incidents. Incidents can also be of type ‘Question’ where the functionality is not clear to the tester.

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