There are two sand clocks(timers) one complete totally in 7 minutes and other in 9-minutes we have to calculate with this timers and bang the bell after completion of 11 minutes , plz give me the solution.
> Start both clocks
> When 7 min clock complete, turn it so that it restarts.
> When 9 min clock finish, turn 7 min clocks (It has 2 mints only).
> When 7 min clock finishes, 11 min complete.Reply
Why we perform stress-testing, resolution-testing and cross- browser testing?
They are bassically defined as :
> Stress Testing : We need to check the performance of the application.
* Def : Testing conducted to evaluate a system or component at or beyond the limits of its specified requirements.
> Resolution Testing : Some times developer created only for 1024 resolution, the same page displayed a horizontal scroll bar in 800 x 600 resolutions. No body can like the horizontal scroll appears in the screen. That is reason to test the Resolution testing.
> Cross-browser Testing : This testing some times called compatibility testing. When we develop the pages in IE compatible, the same page is not working in Fairfox or Netscape properly, because
most of the scripts are not supporting to other than IE. So that we need to test the cross-browser Testing .Reply
What are the differences between these three words Error, Defect and Bug?
Main Diff are there :
> Error: The deviation from the required logic, syntax or standards/ethics is called as error.
There are three types of error. They are:
* Syntax error : This is due to deviation from the syntax of the language what supposed to follow.
* Logical error : This is due to deviation from the logic of the program what supposed to follow.
* Execution error : This is generally happens when you are executing the same program, that time you get it.
> Defect : When an error found by the test engineer or testing department, then it is called defect.
> Bug : if the defect is agreed by the developer then it converts into bug, which has to fix by the developer or post pond to next version. Reply
What are non functional requirements?
The Non-functional requirements is bassically a software product are :
> Delivery Time,
> Software development environment,
> Security requirements,
> Standards to be followed etc.Reply
What is Test Server?
Test server bassically a place where the developers put their development modules, which are accessed by the testers to test the functionality. Reply
What is Test Data Collection?
Test data is bassically a collection of input data taken for testing the application. Various types and size of input data will be taken for testing the applications. Sometimes in critical application the test data collection will be given by the client also. Reply
Diff. between STLC and SDLC?
Main Diff are there :
> STLC is basscially as Software Test Life Cycle it starts with :
* Preparing the test strategy.
* Preparing the test plan.
* Creating the test environment.
* Writing the test cases.
* Creating test scripts.
* Executing the test scripts.
* Analyzing the results and reporting the bugs.
* Doing regression testing.
* Test exiting.
> SDLC is bassically stands for software or system development life cycle, phases are :
* Project initiation.
* Requirement gathering and documenting.
* Coding and unit testing.
* Integration testing.
* System testing.
* Installation and acceptance testing. " Support or maintenance. Reply
What is Testing environment in your company, means how testing process start?
Testing environment in our company means Testing process is going as follows :
> Quality assurance unit.
> Quality assurance manager.
> Test lead.
> Test engineer.Reply
Advantages of automation over manual testing?
Automation over manual Testing have a many disadvantages are there :
> Time saving,
> Resource and
> Money. Reply
What is test plan and explain its contents?
Test plan is bassically a document which contains the scope for testing the application and what to be tested, when to be tested and who to test. Reply