Phase where discrepancies are reported as defects - Incident Management - Test implementation and execution

Q.  During which phase discrepancies are reported as defects?
- Published on 13 Aug 15

a. Evaluating exit criteria and reporting
b. Test closure activity
c. Test implementation and execution
d. Test analysis and design

ANSWER: Test implementation and execution
 

    Discussion

  • Prajakta Pandit   -Posted on 28 Oct 15

    - In test implementation and execution phase, discrepancies are reported as defects.

    - Test implementation and execution is the activity, which tests the conditions that are transformed into test cases and testware.

    - It is also the time at which the test environment is put in place. Test implementation and execution performs following major tasks:

      - Creating test data
      - Developing and prioritizing test cases
      - Writing test procedures
      - Preparing test harnesses
      - Creating test suites from the test cases
      - Verifying the test environment
      - Executing test cases
      - Comparing actual results with expected results
      - Reporting discrepancies
      - Repeating test activities

    - Test implementation and execution is the activity where test procedures or test scripts are specified by combining the test cases in a particular order and it includes other information needed for test execution, the environment is set up and tests are run.

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