Software Testing Standard Requirements
7 Sample Requirements:
Are Acceptance Tests specified by the customer and analyst to test that the overall system is functioning as required (Do developers build the right system)?
More Devices, More Testing: Technological advancement brings with it more variations of technology to test. How will we test more in less time?
Describe the corrective actions that relate to your area of responsibility. Who should be assigned responsibility for each corrective action?
Are there any comparisons between variables having different datatypes, such as comparing a character string to an address, date, or number?
Are the error diagnostics, such as error messages, straightforward, or does the user need a PhD in computer science to comprehend them?
Since the goal of testing is to find errors, why not make the completion criterion the detection of some predefined number of errors?
If a data structure is referenced in multiple procedures or subroutines, is the structure defined identically in each procedure?
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