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The Bookworm Software Testing


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The Bookworm Software Testing

  1. 1. The Bookworm Software Testing Project Q8
  2. 2. What is The Bookworm ? What is Test Plan ? Are Test Plan Report & Test Result Report needed ? Introduction
  3. 3. Test Items Admin Page : Admin User User Page : Registered User
  4. 4. • Login Interface: Login Register • Admin Interface: Admin User: – Approve user uploaded file – Change password • User Interface: Registered User: • Change Password • View Approved PDF file • Search Approved PDF file by title • View owned PDF file
  5. 5. Functional Approach (Black Box approach) Approach Unit Testing Integration Testing System Testing Acceptance Testing
  6. 6. Unit Testing Unit testing conducted to verify the implementation of the design for one software element or a collection of software elements. The purpose of unit testing is to ensure that the program logic is complete and correct and ensuring that the component works as intended.
  7. 7. Integration Testing Integration testing conducted in which software elements, hardware elements, or both are combined and tested until the entire system has been integrated. The purpose of integration testing is to ensure that design objectives are met and ensures that the software, as an entity.
  8. 8. System Testing System testing is the process of testing a fully integrated system to verify if it meets the specified requirements. This test will identify defects that surface only when a complete system is assembled and does not consider the implementation details of the component modules.
  9. 9. Acceptance Testing Acceptance testing process is designed to replicate the anticipated real-life use of the product to ensure that what the consumer or end user receives is fully functional and meets their needs and expectations.