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A tester(A) is working on Module 1 and tester(B) is working on Module 2. After sometime manager appoints B to Module 1 and A to Module 2. Now If B sees that some test cases/data are missing. What should be the answer?

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you mean the consequences????
Sorry I missed, will take care from next time.
Are you asking what tester B should do?
Hi,
Yes
It is the outcome of not having set guidelines for module testing as well appropriate test cases etc being agreed to prior to staring the work...by both A and B. If the QA standards and procedures were agreed to acroos the project, the transition of A and B would be smooth.

Dr Ananthakrishnan
TCS Retiree
Ask B to start writing missing test cases/data.
Question is not specific , in which module testcases/data are missing?
* If some test cases/data are missing in module 1 and tester (B) has found it, then tester(B) should inform it to tester(A) and and get clarify on it. If it is valid then tester(B) has to include the missing test cases/data.
* If some test cases/data are missing in module 2 and tester(B) himself found it lately then tester(B) should inform it to tester (A) to include the missing test cases/data.
Hi,

Actually i dont no the correct answer for this.May be your answer is correct.
I think testerB should send a report to his/her team lead about the missing data. so that the lead can resolve that issue.
Hi,

As per my points of view, severity does matter and based on that Release must be go on else beta release.

Thanks,

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