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Question by subbu
Submitted on 1/18/2004
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How do I test web-related applications?

Answer by Mohi
Submitted on 2/18/2004
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  First u have to test
web tier testing
    1.browser compatible
    2.compatible testing.
middle tier testing
    1.security testing
    2.performence testing
database tier
   1.data intigrity
   2.data base


Answer by kvs
Submitted on 3/3/2004
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web testing is done in three tiers
1. first tier of testing check is on look and feel,colors,fonts, evrrything.
2.secnd tier comes database testing,perfrmance testing
3.third tier comes security like network
   security,transaction security
   all other tests which are common for all


Answer by Rams
Submitted on 3/22/2004
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1.static Test
3.Security test
4.cookies Test


Answer by Anuj
Submitted on 6/9/2004
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Web testing consists three tiers.
Presentation Tier
Business Logic
DataBase Tier

Each tier testing includes different scenerios.


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