Posted In — Basics of Software testing, Testing best practices, Testing Concepts
Scene 8 years ago: when I was having 2 years of experience in software testing industry I was thinking that it was alright if I don’t know some fundamentals about software testing as something one can learn with experience and me too will do.
I was right – and wrong as well.
Right because with experience, you learn to see bigger picture, you understand real meaning of “Critical Situation” and you understand the end user more. Wrong because none of the mentioned things require experience, but early learning, which I understood very late. That is the encouraging factor to write this post. Continue reading →
Posted In — Test Plan Template, Testing Tips and resources
In the previous article, we have seen few key points of ERP like the real meaning of the term ERP, various modules of ERP, the importance of ERP testing, the criticalities of ERP testing and a road-map for the preparation of the ERP testing.
=> Check ERP testing part 1 tutorial here.
In this article, let’s get into more practical details on ERP (SAP) Testing like preparing the quality assurance plan, test plan, test suite, test cases and test execution strategy. Continue reading →
Posted In — Testing Tips and resources, Web Testing
Let us explore an interesting and challenging topic “How to Test ERP Software”. We’ll learn the challenges involved in ERP testing (e.g SAP Testing) , guidelines and road-map for a successful ERP testing.
Before going into more details about ERP testing, first we need to understand some key information about ERP. For testing purpose, understanding the features, functionalities and workflow of ERP software is most important. Without proper knowledge, testing ERP modules is very critical and cumbersome.
Continue reading →
Posted In — Questions & answers, Testing Methodologies, Testing Tips and resources
Technically there are no applications without requirements. Imagine software that does nothing specific but is simply line after line of code stretching on. It will be like a stair case leading nowhere.
All software has requirements and is targeted at a particular task; specifically it is a solution to a problem. So requirement-less software isn’t a possibility.
However, software without documented requirements is a reality that unfortunately most of us face more often that Continue reading →
Posted In — Manual Testing, Testing Methodologies, Types of testing
Nobody wants to be known for their mistakes and their negligence, and same is the case with the Testers. When the Testers are assigned any application to test, then from that moment, they take the responsibility and the application also acts as a platform to show their practical and technical testing knowledge.
So, to describe it technically, to ensure that testing is done completely, it is necessary to perform “End to End testing”. Continue reading →
Posted In — Agile Testing, Automation Testing, Reviews, Software Testing Tools
Now the world is moving to Agile. Early and continuous feedback is imperial for any scrum team. Because the world is changing, the mindset of testers also needs to be changed.
Instead of “finding bugs, breaking software, measuring requirement”, testers are now thinking of “delivering the quality, right at first time, test without the UI or test even before the UI is available”. Continue reading →