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  • 1. Test Levels and Test Types
    Two questions from ISTQB (Foundation Level)
  • 2. QUESTIONS
    Question 1. Which of the following is a test type?
    a. Component testing
    b. Functional testing
    c. System testing
    d. Acceptance testing
    Question 2. A regression test:
    a. Is only run once.
    b. Will always be automated.
    c. Will check unchanged areas of the software to see if they have been affected.
    d. Will check changed areas of the software to see if they have been affected.
  • 3. Test Levels
    Testing is not a stand-alone activity. It has its place within a software development life cycle.
    V-model
  • 4. Test Types
    Test types are introduced as a means of clearly defining the objective of a certain test level for a programme or project.
    A test type is focused on a particular test objective, which could be the
    testing of a function to be performed by the component or system;
    a non-functional quality characteristic, such as reliability or usability;
    the structure or architecture of the component or system;
    or related to changes, i.e. confirming that defects have been fixed (confirmation testing, or re-testing) and
    looking for unintended changes (regression testing).
  • 5. Test Levels and Types
    Which of the following are test types and which are test levels?
    Functional testing
    Component testing
    Integration testing
    Structural testing
    Confirmation and Regression testing
    System testing
    Non-functional testing
    Acceptance testing
  • 6. Reference
    FOUNDATIONS OF SOFTWARE TESTING. ISTQB CERTIFICATION by Dorothy Graham, Erik van Veenendaal, Isabel Evans, Rex Black – chapters 2.2 and 2.3
  • 7. Free WEBINAR
    Advanced Software Testing: Integration Testing
    Join it on Thursday, Oct 20, 2011
    10:00 PM - 11:30 PM MSD
    Register:
    https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/412175594 

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