What is CRUD testing? How to test CRUD?

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What is CRUD testing? How to test CRUD?
06-1-2012 01:57 AM

What is CRUD testing? How to test CRUD?



-Another name for Black Box testing.

-CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update, Delete.

-Data can be Created and added.

-Data can be Accessed or Read.

-Tester prepares CRUD matrix.

-Tests object creation, reading, update and deleting objects.

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