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ERP Implementation Life Cycle

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 06:23:16
ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning, and it is designed to automate any job. ERP makes it simple to administer all departments from a single database. This takes very little time and is a simple and quick method of working. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a foundation system for domestic and worldwide operations that supports most or all functional areas in their daily operations. It was developed in the 1990s. Is one of the most prevalent types of business software, particularly among major corporations.It is a business strategy and collection of industry-domain-specific apps that enable and optimize enterprise and inter-enterprise ... Read More

End-to-End Testing Tutorial: What is E2E Testing with Example

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 06:19:11
End-to-End TestingEnd-to-End testing is a software testing approach that verifies the complete software, including its interaction with external interfaces, from beginning to end. End-to-end testing examines the entire software for dependencies, data integrity, and connectivity with other systems, interfaces, and databases in order to simulate a complete production environment.It checks batch/data processing from various upstream/downstream systems in addition to the software system. As a result, the term "End-to- End" was coined. End-to-end testing is normally done after functional and system testing has been completed. It simulates real-time conditions by using real-world data and a test environment. Chain testing is another ... Read More

Different Types of Software Testing

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 06:12:29
Testing is the process of running a software and looking for flaws. Our program must be error-free in order to work effectively. If the testing is completed successfully, the program will be free of any faults.Testing PrinciplesAll tests must satisfy the customer's needs.To make our software testing more efficient, we should use a third party.It is impossible to do exhaustive testing. We need the optimum quantity of testing depending on the application's risk assessment.All tests that will be undertaken should be prepared before they are carried out.It adheres to the Pareto rule (80/20 rule), which claims that 80% of software ... Read More

Defect Management Process in Software Testing

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 06:04:09
A bug is the result/consequence of a code error.Software Testing DefectA software defect is a difference or divergence in the software program from the end user's or original business requirements. A software defect is a coding fault that results in inaccurate or unexpected outputs from a software program that does not satisfy its intended purpose. During the execution of test cases, testers may stumble across such flaws.These two names have a very thin line of distinction in the industry; both are flaws that must be rectified, and some testing teams use them interchangeably.When testers run the test cases, they may ... Read More

Cost Estimation Models in Software Engineering

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 05:59:44
A software cost estimating methodology is an indirect metric used by software professionals to estimate project costs. They're utilized for a variety of things. It contains the following items −Budgeting − The most desired capability is for the overall estimate to be correct. As a result, the first focus is on estimating the software product's budget.Analysis of tradeoffs and risks − The ability to expose the cost and schedule sensitivity of software project choices is a significant added feature (scoping, staffing, tools, reuse, etc.).Controlling and planning the project − Another option is to break down costs and schedules by component, ... Read More

Comparison Testing in Software Engineering

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 05:42:03
When it comes to software development, there are a number of phases or development procedures that must be followed in order to produce a highquality product. All of these processes fall within the SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) framework, which serves as a software development framework that the software developer/engineer team follows in order to create a high-quality software product. Software Testing is an essential step in the SDLC that is carried out to detect and resolve issues as well as to create a well-performing decent software product.There are several forms of software testing and software testing metrics available, all ... Read More

Comparison of different Life Cycle Models

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 07:58:31
The Classical Waterfall ModelThe Classical Waterfall Model is the foundation upon which all other life cycle models are built. It's a fantastic model. The Classical Waterfall model, on the other hand, cannot be employed in real-world project development because it lacks a method for correcting faults that occur during one of the stages but are discovered afterward. The introduction of feedback pathways in the Iterative Waterfall model solves this issue.Advantages of the Classical Waterfall ModelThe waterfall model is an idealized software development approach. Because it is so basic, it may serve as a foundation for different software development life cycle ... Read More

Comparison between Regression Testing and Re-Testing

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 05:25:35
Re-TestingRe-Testing is the process of checking individual test cases that have been identified as having a defect or bugs in the final execution. In most cases, testers discover these flaws while testing the software program and report them to the developers for correction. The developers then repair the bug(s) and return it to the testers for review. Retesting is the name for this continual procedure.Example − Assume that Build 1.0 has been released. The Test Team discovered certain issues (for example, Defect Id 1.0.1 and Defect Id 1.0.2) when testing Build 1.0 and reported them. The test team checks for ... Read More

Comparison between Agile Model and other models

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 30-Nov-2021 05:17:22
In this article, we will compare the properties of the agile paradigm with those of other models.Waterfall Model vs. the Agile ModelWhat is Waterfall methodology, and how does it work?The Waterfall Model is also known as the Liner Sequential Life Cycle Model. Because the Waterfall Model is followed in a sequential sequence, the project development team will only go on to the next phase of development or testing if the previous step has been successfully completed.What is the Agile approach, and how does it work?Agile methodology is a concept that aids in the software development process by allowing for continuous ... Read More

Bug Life Cycle in Software Development

Vineet Nanda
Updated on 29-Nov-2021 06:36:48
We'll go through the life cycle of a defect in this lesson to help you understand the many phases of a defect that a tester must deal with when working in a testing environment.On Defect Life Cycle, we've also included the most often requested interview questions. Understanding the life cycle of a flaw requires knowledge of the many phases of a fault. The primary goal of the testing activity is to see whether the product has any flaws or faults.Errors/mistakes/faults are all known as bugs/defects in real-world circumstances, thus we can say that the basic goal of testing is to ... Read More
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