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Entry Criteria

What is an Entry Criterion?

Entry criterion is used to determine when a given test activity should start. It also includes the beginning of a level of testing, when test design or when test execution is ready to start.

Examples for Entry Criterion:

  • Verify if the Test environment is available and ready for use.

  • Verify if test tools installed in the environment are ready for use.

  • Verify if Testable code is available.

  • Verify if Test Data is available and validated for correctness of Data.