"First of all, let's understand what is Risk in software testing. 'Risk' is a problem which has the probability to occur and when it occurs; causes the Loss. So, Risk management must be part of testing process and start during early…"
"Risk based testing is a type of software testing that prioritize the tests of features and functions based on the risk of failure. It also means managing projects risk which possible are possible outcomes that endanger successful completion of…"
"There are various types of testing:
1. Functional Testing: Functional Testing is a testing technique that is used to test the features/functionality of the system or Software, should cover all the scenarios including failure paths and boundary…"
"Equivalence partitioning (EP) is a specification-based or black-box technique. The idea behind this technique is to divide a set of test conditions into groups or sets that can be considered the same. Equivalence partitions are also known as…"
"Hi, Equivalence partitioning is a technique used in software testing which aims to reduce the number of test cases and choose the right test cases. This is achieved by identifying the “groups” of inputs in such a way that each input…"
"I believe QC does not have any way to update test results of multiple test cases all at once. The fastest way to update multiple tests is the following :-
1. Just update one test as passed (Make sure you are in grid view). 2. Now click on that…"
"An independent test organization is an organization, person, or company that tests products, materials, software, etc. according to agreed requirements. The test organization can be affiliated with the government or universities or can be an…"
"Manual Testing: Manual testing includes testing a software manually, i.e., without using any automated tool or any script.There are different stages for manual testing such as unit testing, integration testing, system testing, and user acceptance…"
"Defect Severity or Impact is a classification of software defect (bug) to indicate the degree of negative impact on the quality of software. ISTQB Definition. severity: The degree of impact that a defect has on the…"
"Defect seeding is a practice in which defects are intentionally inserted into a program by one group for detection by another group. The ratio of the number ofseeded defects detected to the total number of defects…"