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Given below is the bug,
User is giving inputs to the textbox n checking for o/p.
i/p actual o/p expected o/p
abc cba abc
abcd dbca abcd
ab ab ab
Can anybody tell me what is the bug in the above example, n how will you write summary for this ?
Thanks in advance.
Ankit is right!
This Defect summary is posted onusing Tool I don't think we shall be mmentioning the Severity and priority in Defect Summary!!!
They will be selected in the tool.
If we are doing it in a mail or excel/word sheet, then there are lot of things to mention.
<b>Like Sev & Pri, Detected by, assigned to, release, version, build, detected date, module, project....</b>
Expected o/p is not matching the actual o/p when more than 2 chars are entered. Thats the only issue. As a tested with the data given, you can not waste much time on this.
I think the last character and first character are getting interchanged. so the summary can be
‘First and last characters of a text are interchanged in the output’
The bug here is that when we are entering more than 2 chracters,the last value and first values getting interchanged...
and as per my opinion ....if you are using qc then you have to just write summary in a simple manner with the proper description and other options you can select from dropdown like severity,priority,and enter others fields:detected date,detected in cycle.,release,assigned to,defect origin: like build,configurational.operational,environmental....
If its possible, will you please provide results with one more user input. So, that we can come to a conclusion what is the actual bug in the software or how the data is getting interpreted.
User Input is abcde.
Summary for the bug should be :- wrong output is displayed when the numbers of characters in user input exceeds 2.
Description : on giving more than 2 character value as input , the position of the input character value changes .
First and last character of the output text has been interchanged when the length of the o/p is more than 2 chars.
I think so, rest of the details you know..