# Thread: Quantity Price Break Up

1. ## Quantity Price Break Up

what are the test scenarios and test cases for Quantity Price
Break up in e-commerce web applications???

2. ## Re: Quantity Price Break Up

Apart from the fact that your question doesn't make sense, tell us what is REALLY going on with you? You ask question after question about test cases related to what appears to be your job. Why are you so clueless?

3. ## Re: Quantity Price Break Up

hi
Quantity Break Up means,if the user purchases like Qty : 1-7 Price \$45(per product)
Qty : 7-15 Price \$35(per product)
Qty : 15-25 Price \$30(per product) like this....
the price has different values for depending upon the user chooses quantity,
i want know how to write test scenarios and test cases fro the above
see the attachment for better understanding,
i have attached one of the sample attachment for Qty price Break

4. ## Re: Quantity Price Break Up

Well, I'll say that you just wrote up the beginning of the test scenarios. You want to test the different price break downs based upon quantity. So, you will run a test case, one for each range of quantity expected. Now, I'm assuming your application is not hard coded for those values but that you are using some sort of data configuration to create those ranges.

So, the code you are looking to test is the interpretation of that data into the rules specified. What I would do, then, is create a few limited scenarios. What you have described above is a good start. Then, I would create at least 3 test cases per scenario: one for a value in the range, one for low end, one for high end for each scenario. I would then create at least two more test cases. I would test the boundary of the lowest low end (what happens when there's a quantity of 0) and the boundary of the highest high end (what happens when there's a quantity greater than 25).

As Peter pointed out, though, these are some rather basic skills for software functional testing as are the other questions you have posted recently. There's plenty of documentation, training, white papers, etc., out there that discuss how to build these kinds of scenarios. This is, by far, one of the best introductory primers for software testing that I've used.

http://www.amazon.com/Software-Testi.../dp/0672319837

I would highly recommend buying and reading this book as it walks you through these exact kinds of scenarios, how to write test cases, etc.

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