Difference between Functional and system testing
I am testing an web portal which contain database driven pages in this case please tell me what is difference between Functional and system testing.
Re: Difference between Functional and system testing
Here are a few definitions that may help:
Process of testing to verify that the functions of a system are present as specified. [B. Hetzel]
Testing requiring the selection of test scenarios without regard to the structure of the source code. [J. Whittaker]
System Testing is done to explore system behaviors that can't be done by unit, component, or integration testing. Example, testing: performance, installation, data integrity, storage management, security, reliability. Ideal system testing presumes that all components have been previously, successfully, integrated. System testing is often done by independent testers. [B. Beizer]
Testing of groups of programs.
Process of testing an integrated system to verify that it meets specified criteria. [B. Hetzel]
The testing of a collection of components that constitutes a deliverable product. [J. Whittaker]
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