what to have and what to not have in your QA test suite, I'm looking for some guidelines and I need to do a presentation on this
You have so many BASIC questions that it would lead us to believe you have not had any training at all in software testing. That would be an excellent place to start.
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what to have and what to not have in your QA test suite
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I'm not sure what you mean by "QA test suite" here.
If by that you mean Test Automation Suite, then this might help: http://www.sqablogs.com/jstrazzere/3...on+Suites.html
Joe StrazzereVisit my website: AllThingsQuality.com to learn more about quality, testing, and QA!
I am replying as per my understanding on your question.
Test Suite is nothing but set/collection of Test Cases.
So, you should create different Test Suites based on the type of test cases. Usually in every project there are set of test cases based on importance. You can have different test suites like this:
1.) Smoke Test Suite
2.) Sanity Test Suite
3.) Functional Test Suite
4.) Negative Test Cases Suite
5.) BVA Test Suite
IBM Rational (RQM or CQTM) uses the term test suites to build multiple test cases to form an end-to-end testing.
You can also create test suites covering different parts of your tested application, for example test suite testing invoice, test suite testing orders or you can generalize it to test suite testing documents.
Lukasz Morawski, QA Engineer Cognifide testing blog PTaQ
May u explain what u will include in Sanity and Smoke test suite respectively
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