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Question by Hemanth
Submitted on 4/12/2004
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What are the minium requirement to switch to Software Testing, and to switch to this what and all need to be known.

Answer by KrishnaKishore
Submitted on 5/18/2004
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Minum Requirement of the software testing is:

1)obtain requirements,functional desing,and internal design specification and other necessary document.

2) obtain budget and schedule requirements

3) Determine the test approaches and methods
unit,integration,fuctional,system,load usability test etc.

4) determine the test enviroment requirements

5) degermine the test input data requirements


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