What To Do When There Isn’t Enough Time To Test?

Not Enough Time To Test

Part way through your test cycle, do you often realize you do not have enough time to test? You had it all under control, to begin with, but soon you are reaching the contingency plan’s “What to do when there isn’t enough time to test?” section.

I have been there too and it is not fun. :)

I thought about this long and hard. How can something that started so well, go down so badly, so quickly. And, here is my analysis.

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How to Prepare Test Plan and Write Test Cases for ERP Application – ERP Testing Part-2

erp testing test plan

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.

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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.

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Exploratory Testing vs Scripted Testing: Who Wins?

Exploratory Testing vs Scripted Testing

Real-world benefits of exploratory testing:

Traditionally, software testing has been a very rigid activity, but in recent years there’s been a shift away from script-based testing. Exploratory testing, which is more context-driven, has come to the fore. That’s because it gives testers more freedom to exploit their skills and knowledge, and it makes them responsible for optimizing the value of their own work. 

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How to Plan and Manage Testing Projects Effectively (Tips)

Test project planning

Project planning is one of the pivotal elements in the project management process.

How each individual team interprets the goals to be achieved, is a direct representation of the level of clarity incorporated in the project plan. Especially when it comes to a test project, inaccurate project planning can have a serious implication on the test execution of the system under test and on the overall quality of the product as a whole.

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The Ultimate Guide to Risk Based Testing: Risk Management in Software Testing

Risk based Testing

The Ultimate Guide To Risk-Based Testing, Risk Management, and Its Approach with Examples:

What is Risk Based Testing?

Risk based testing is to carry out testing or to design and execute the scenarios, such that the top business risks which will have a negative impact on the business as identified by the customer are unearthed in their product or feature early in the life cycle and are mitigated by implementing mitigation measures.

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Test Data Management Concept, Process and Strategy

Test Data Management Concept, Process and Strategy

In the last tutorial, we focused on how to prepare Test Bed to minimize Test Environment defects. In continuation with the same tutorial, today we will learn how to set up and maintain Test Environment and important Test Data Management techniques.

Test Environment setup process

The most important factor for the test environment is to replicate it as close to the end-user environment as possible. Commonly, end users are not expected to perform any configuration or installations by themselves as a complete product or system is shipped out to them. Hence, by that definition, even the test teams need not explicitly perform such configurations.

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