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Re: Test plan & Project plan
Used as a reference for managing the project. It is the most important document in the overall planning, monitoring, and implementation of a project and should be 'owned' by the project manager and his/her team. The plan should include:
- A definition of overall objectives, statements on how these should be achieved (and verified)
- Estimates of the time required
- The budget
- Quality policy
- Safety, health and environmental policies
- The risk management strategy.
Other items of a technical, commercial, organizational, personnel or control nature might also be included.
The Project Plan establishes project management's interpretation of the why, what, how, who, how much, and when of the project.
A description of the tests needed to complete a project properly. A document that describes the approach to all development, integration, qualification, and acceptance testing. The term 'Test Plan' is usually preceded by one of the following modifiers: system, subsystem, assembly, subassembly, module, etc.
Test plan & Project plan
what is the different between test plan and project plan?