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Functional Testing Types and its Types

Definition of Functional Testing Types. Functional testing Functional  testing is a process  that helps to check all the functionalities in the application are working as per the expectation of the customer or not.
Unit Testing – This testing is done by  Development side – It is to ensure all the design implementation are done or not  Integration Testing – Testing Performed when more than one modules are combined and also ensuring that all the functionalities are working as per customer definition. SIT - System Integration Testing – Testing performed in an environment or server used internally in an organization where all the developed modules are combined. UAT - User Acceptance Testing - Performing testing against requirements in the perception of user and also identifying the bugs in the perception of complexity in understanding the functionalities by the user. Progression Testing- Verifying the new features and functionalities working as per the user or customer expectation Regression Tes…

Tips to Design your Test Data

Tester should always focus in test data that he is going use for validating an application. Aim of this article is to provide importance of test data in testing as well as to provide the standard guidelines to prepare test data that can be used for testing.
Test Data Introduction: Test data is nothing that the inputs that are planned by the tester to test the software/application. These planned data or inputs are added as column in the test case to showcase that these type of input should be given. This documentation of adding the inputs will be done during the test case preparation. Based on the input expected result of the application functionality will get differs that are all added as different scenarios during the test case preparation. Check out the top 10 difference between manual & automation testing before going further.
Importance of test data: Test data’s used in the application is good then the quality of the product will gets reached its maximum level. We can test both…