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SOFTWARE TESTING LIFE CYCLE
It contains 6 phases.
1. TEST PLANNING.
2. TEST DEVELOPMENT.
3. TEST EXECUTION.
4. RESULT ANALYSIS.
5. BUG TRACKING.
6. REPORTING.
Please find the attached file , hope it will help full for you.

Hi where is attachment
please provide attachment
The fundamental test process consists of the following main activities:
planning & control --- Test planning is the activity of verifying the mission of testing, defining the objectives of testing and the specification of test activities in order to meet the objectives and mission.
Test control is the ongoing activity of comparing actual progress against the plan, and reporting the
status, including deviations from the plan. It involves taking actions necessary to meet the mission
and objectives of the project.
analysis & design --- Test analysis and design is the activity where general testing objectives are transformed into tangible test conditions and test cases.
implementation & execution --- Test implementation and execution is the activity where test procedures or scripts are specified by combining the test cases in a particular order and including any other information needed for test execution, the environment is set up and the tests are run.
evaluating exit criteria and reporting --- Evaluating exit criteria is the activity where test execution is assessed against the defined objectives. This should be done for each test level.
test closure activities ---Test closure activities collect data from completed test activities to consolidate experience, testware, facts and numbers.
Hi thanks for Brief explanation. and one question " what is defect removal efficiency(DRE). Explain or if u have any doc pls share."
DRE= A/A+B

A= Defects found by testing team
B=Defects found by Client/Customer.
Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC) Process

1. Test Requirements

• Requirement Specification documents
• Functional Specification documents
• Design Specification documents (use cases, etc)
• Use case Documents
• Test Trace-ability Matrix for identifying Test Coverage

2. Test Planning

• Test Scope, Test Environment
• Different Test phase and Test Methodologies
• Manual Testing (and Automation Testing)
• Defect Mgmt, Configuration Mgmt, Risk Mgmt. Etc
• Evaluation & identification ? Test, Defect tracking tools

3. Test Environment Setup

• Test Bed installation and configuration
• Network connectivity’s
• All the Software/ tools Installation and configuration
• Coordination with Vendors and others

4. Test Design

• Test Traceability Matrix and Test coverage
• Test Scenarios Identification & Test Case preparation
• Test data and Test Case preparation
• Test case reviews and Approval
• Base lining under Configuration Management



5. Test Execution and
Defect Tracking

• Executing Test cases
• Testing with Test Data
• Capture, review and analyze Test Results
• Raised the defects and tracking for its closure

6. Test Reports
and Acceptance

• Test summary reports
• Test Metrics and process Improvements made
• Build release
perfect explanation with appropriate document details..thanks sarang...
Is an incomplete QA Life Cycle.
a. Test Plan Preparation
b. Test Case Design
c. Test Execution
d. Defect Tracking
e. Test Report Preparation
In Result Analysis, Has anybody done the Root Cause Analysis of the defects?

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