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Advantage and Disadvantage of Automation Testing

Advantage of Automation Testing Automated testing is a process of automating the Manual Testing process with testing tools or using any scripting language. To automate the testing, we have a solid understanding of existing functional process and it should be well documented. The main advantage of automation testing is to reduce cost, speed up the … Continue reading Advantage and Disadvantage of Automation Testing

What is Agile SCRUM

What is the agile scrum (sprint) process ? Scrum is a software development process. In today’s rapid world stakeholders want the immediate return on their investments. They don’t want to wait for longer periods to get the full featured product. As a result, nowadays new software development and testing framework are catching momentum i.e. Scrum … Continue reading What is Agile SCRUM

Select Automation Testing Tool

Let’s see, What should be the Parameter or what should you need to consider when Select Automation Testing tool. Testing is a critical part of the software development process. There are a lot of different Automation software testing tools currently in the market. Some of these tools are only able to perform specific kinds of testing … Continue reading Select Automation Testing Tool

Quality Assurance and Quality Control

Let’s try to understand the Difference between Quality Assurance and Quality Control. Many people and organizations are confused about the difference between quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC). They are closely related, but they are different concepts.   Quality Assurance QA is evaluating the process, identifying the defects and suggesting improvements for the same. It … Continue reading Quality Assurance and Quality Control

10 Common Negative Test Cases

1. Embedded Single Quote – Most SQL based database systems have issues when users store information that contains a single quote (e.g. John’s car). For each screen that accepts alphanumeric data entry, try entering text that contains one or more single quotes. 2. Required Data Entry – Your functional specification should clearly indicate fields that … Continue reading 10 Common Negative Test Cases

Test validation in ETL Testing

In this tutorial, We will see how can you validate the Test in ETL Testing or DataWare House Testing.   VALIDATION Testing Levels: There are several levels of testing that can be performed during data warehouse testing. Some examples: Constraint testing, Source to target counts, Source to target data validation, Error processing. The level of … Continue reading Test validation in ETL Testing

Why Automation Testing Required

Let’s see, Why Automation testing is required. It’s basic interview Question, Why we need to Automate our Software Applications. We are going to explain this with reference to some factors –   Why Automate? Reusing the test scripts: When you want to execute the regression test scripts after every build it makes more sense to … Continue reading Why Automation Testing Required