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Test Suite Manager
A tool that allows testers to organize test scripts by function or other grouping.
Test Summary Report
A document that describes testing activities and results and evaluates the corresponding test items.
A process that follows the flow of computer logic at execution time. Tracing demonstrates the sequence of instructions or a path followed in accomplishing a given task. The two main types of trace are tracing instructions in computer programs as they are executed, or tracing the path through a database to locate predetermined pieces of information.
Unit Test
Testing individual programs, modules, or components to demonstrate that the work package executes per specification, and validate the design and technical quality of the application. The focus is on ensuring that the detailed logic within the component is accurate and reliable according to predetermined specifications. Testing stubs or drivers may be used to simulate behavior of interfacing modules.
Usability Test
The purpose of this event is to review the application user interface and other human factors of the application with the people who will be using the application. This is to ensure that the design (layout and sequence, etc.) enables the business functions to be executed as easily and intuitively as possible. This review includes assuring that the user interface adheres to documented User Interface standards, and should be conducted early in the design stage of development. Ideally, an application prototype is used to walk the client group through various business scenarios, although paper copies of screens, windows, menus, and reports can be used.
The customer that actually uses the product received. User Acceptance Test User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is conducted to ensure that the system meets the needs of the organization and the end user/ customer. It validates that the system will work as intended by the user in the real world, and is based on real world business scenarios, not system requirements. Essentially, this test validates that the right system was built.
Valid Input
Test data that lie within the domain of the function represented by the program.
Determination of the correctness of the final program or software produced from a development project with respect to the user needs and requirements. Validation is usually accomplished by verifying each stage of the software development life cycle.