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Question by pramila
Submitted on 11/12/2003
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Testing will be done on which stage

Answer by vasudev
Submitted on 11/14/2003
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there are somany parameters considered. If the product is ready, then we can do the testing,
or, if a module is ready then we can do it,


Answer by rama
Submitted on 2/6/2004
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Software Testing can begin at any stage of the Software development life cycle.

It can go in parallel with development activity.Getting Involved into testing at the earlier stage of development will reduce the risk of getting critical problems at the end and thereby cost benifiting, since cost of fixing a defect is more at the later stages as compare to earlier stages.


Answer by dawood
Submitted on 2/26/2004
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what is the structure of test case and test and test plan.
how actually web testing is done?


Answer by Mohana Janam, Reliance Infocomm Ltd
Submitted on 2/28/2004
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Testing should be carried out at all stages, though the purpose and subject of Testing may be different.

In other words, the Testing should be the fabric of entire Software Development Life Cycle and not just part of a single Fabric.


Answer by bala
Submitted on 5/6/2004
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actually testing starts at the requirement stage of the sdlc.it is carried out throughtout the sdlc.Testing at the requirement stage helps in cost cutting any issues can be solved at the begining stage itself.


Answer by Vikram
Submitted on 6/3/2004
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We need to start testing once Development activities are done.
1)I mean we need to be ready with the Test Cases and the Dev Team should be ready with the application.
2) We need to raise defect and they need to fix the defects and simultaneously they need to develop the remaining part.


Answer by makkena
Submitted on 6/24/2004
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HI ....
Testing plays in a vital role in entire SDLc..

unconventional testing will start from initial phase....
where as conventional testing will starts after coding only...

hope this will suffice...


Answer by Amit
Submitted on 5/10/2005
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Can anyone let me know about the details regarding where can i find the documents related to testing


Answer by Aman
Submitted on 8/15/2005
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According to SDLC Testing starts after Coding Phase.

According to STLC Testing starts from Requirment Phase.


Answer by raghu
Submitted on 2/14/2006
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Normally programs are written as a series of individual modules, these subject to separate and detailed test. The system is then tested as a whole. The separate modules are brought together and tested as a complete system


Answer by Febin's
Submitted on 12/14/2006
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It is better to start testing from initial stage itself . Also Testing - Quality team included in the design phase , we can reduce the initial bugs and also gets the project idea , thats helps a lot in the time of conventional testing.


Answer by Rahul
Submitted on 1/26/2007
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Testing should be start at analysis phase. In this phase we can decide that whether the software is feasible to make or not.


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