1. Core Business Logic If the TC covers the functional requirements related to core business logic then we can consider this as critical TC 2. Transaction oriented – The test cases which are designed to verify the main transaction oriented like in bank Site 1. Third party money Transfer 2. NEFT 3. Cancellation 4. Bill payment etc 3. Multiple components involved – The Test cases which are designed to verify the data flow between more than one system and impact due to integration.
The different states of a bug can be summarized as follows: 1.New 2.Open 3.Assign 4.Test 5.Verified 6.Deferred 7.Reopened 8.Duplicate 9.Rejected 10 Closed 11 issue
Project initiation Scoping General estimate Test & Strategy planning
Defect /Bug – Any deviation from the agreed functionality comes under the defect category Issue – Any deviation or observation will point out the mismatch between expected actual comes under the issue category, it can be a suggestion to improve the functionality Fault – Any unexpected problem encountered after development phase should known as Fault Error – Any unexpected problem encountered during the execution, mostly problem or unexpected during the development known as error
Release note contain the below information of the changes or deployable Project name Module name Release note ID Changes or defect fixed Requirements reference Defect Id Impacted system Environment Whenever code or fixed will be deployed on any environment then release note will be shared with the team to know the deploy able items
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