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    What are the levels of Testing?

    Hi! All
    I have just started my career as a Jr S/W Tester with a MNC.Please guide me.I want to knw the
    Levels of testing,with the a brief information about evry level.

    Please i need ur guidance <font color="blue"> </font>

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    Re: What are the levels of Testing?

    What do you mean by level?

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    Re: What are the levels of Testing?

    Do you Mean types of testing ?
    or Level means
    1.Unit testing
    2. integration testing
    3.system testing
    4. acceptance testing

    I think these are the four basic level of testing in STLC.
    Hope this help you nitsssss
    And please correct me if I am wrong.
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    Re: What are the levels of Testing?

    There are basically four levels of testing

    1&gt; Unit Testing: Usually involves the developer. The tester tests the code module or unit with the help of stubs and drivers.
    2&gt; Integration Testing: Testing the interactions between different interfaces of a system.
    3&gt; System Testing: Testing the whole system. This involves testing the functional requirements as well as non functional requirements such as performance and load testing.
    4&gt; User Acceptance Testing: Carried out by the customer or the user of the system. It involves checking if the system developed is acceptable.

    Hopes this is useful.

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    Re: What are the levels of Testing?

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    There are basically four levels of testing

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    In your organization, maybe. Not in mine. Where is performance testing? Or deployment testing?

    Be careful about stating absolutes.

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    Re: What are the levels of Testing?

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    There are basically four levels of testing

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    In your organization, maybe. Not in mine. Where is performance testing? Or deployment testing?

    Be careful about stating absolutes.

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    Thanks for advice.
    But Performance testing is covered in system testing
    and I used the word 'Basically' to mean that in all most all the organizations, these four levels are always present and there may be some more in addition to these depending on the organization.

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    Re: What are the levels of Testing?

    I think what Nitin is asking is what are the levels of positions for testers. Like Test Tech, Test Specialist, and Test Analyst. But as most of us are aware there is no fixed titling for QA. It is all relative to the company in which we work.
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    Re: What are the levels of Testing?

    Hi! Tarun,no dear i m not asking about the positions......
    but hw we carry on with testing...
    there are various types of testing...
    i want to knw about them and the scenarios in which they are used.........
    the xact definition is not clear in my mind....

    Hope nw i m bit more clear to u...

    Thanx...

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    Re: What are the levels of Testing?



    Hi! Tarun,no dear i m not asking about the positions......
    but hw we carry on with testing...
    there are various types of testing...
    i want to knw about them and the scenarios in which they are used.........
    the xact definition is not clear in my mind....

    Hope nw i m bit more clear to u...

    Thanx...

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    Re: What are the levels of Testing?

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    the xact definition is not clear in my mind....
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    Nitsss, if you dont know what you want ask then its diffcult for members to answer your question.

    You should be very clear on what r you asking to get correct resolution.
    Sachin

 

 
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