How to Write Complex Business Logic Test Scenarios Using Decision Table Technique

Writing Test Scenario Using Decision Table Technique

Decision Table Testing is an easy and confident approach to identify the test scenarios for complex Business Logic.

There are several test case design techniques. In this article, we will learn how to use the Decision Table technique effectively to write test cases for an application with complex Business Logic.

Here is an illustration:

We all know that the rules and validations of business take up a major portion of the requirements given by the customers. While observing how these requirements are represented and communicated to the entire project team by Business Analysts or customers, we come to know that most of such business rules and logic and are presented in a logical process flow diagram.

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How to Create Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM): Example and Sample Template

Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM)

What is  Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) in Software Testing: Step-by-step guide to creating Traceability Matrix with examples and sample template

Today’s tutorial is about an important QC tool, that is either over-simplified (read overlooked) or over-emphasized – i.e Traceability Matrix (TM). 

Most often, the making, reviewing or sharing of a Traceability Matrix is not one of the primary QA process deliverables – so it is not majorly concentrated on, thus causing the under-emphasis. On the contrary, some clients expect a TM to reveal earth-shattering facets about their product (under test) and are disappointed.

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Want to Get Paid to Play Games? Become a Game Tester!

Game Testing

Our sole aim is to cover almost all the topics from the Software Testing industry.  Very few testing professionals are aware of the Game Testing industry and the Jobs offered by it.

The Game Testing Industry is expanding rapidly and currently, there are several “Game design” and “Video Game testing” openings available in the market. Here is a very interesting article on game testing which will give you a brief idea about the Game Testing industry!

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Smoke Testing Vs Sanity Testing: Difference with Examples

Smoke Testing and Sanity Testing

Explore the Differences between Smoke Testing and Sanity Testing in detail with examples:

In this tutorial, we will learn what is Sanity Testing and Smoke Testing in Software Testing. We will also learn the key differences between Sanity and Smoke testing with simple examples.

Most of the times we get confused between the meaning of Sanity Testing and Smoke Testing. First of all, these two testings are way “different” and are performed during different stages of a testing cycle.

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Black Box Testing: An In-depth Tutorial with Examples and Techniques

Black box testing

In this tutorial, using my industrial experience in Software Testing, let's familiarize with the types and techniques of Black-box Testing along with its process, advantages, disadvantages and some automation tools to test it other than manual testing.

We will also learn about the differences between White Box Testing and Black Box Testing.

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