Finding Defect is not a major goal of Acceptance Testing - Acceptance testing

Q.  Finding Defect is not a major goal of Acceptance Testing.
- Published on 30 Jul 15

a. True
b. False

ANSWER: True
 

    Discussion

  • John Andujar   -Posted on 24 Jun 17
    When a requirement is not met because of a "defect" during the acceptance testing, how do you treat this finding or defect?
    During acceptance testing how do you treat defects that keep you from validating parts of the requirements specification?
  • Prajakta Pandit   -Posted on 17 Nov 15

    - The above statement is true.

    - Finding defect is not a major goal of Acceptance Testing.

    - Acceptance testing is usually focused on validation type testing.

    - It is a testing technique performed to determine whether the software system has met the requirement specifications.

    - The main purpose of this test is to evaluate the system's compliance with the business requirements and verifying its required criteria for delivery to end users.

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