Advantages and Disadvantages of Manual Testing
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Am writing article regarding "Manual Testing" I almost finished definition and some explanations of that now i want some points for Advantages and Disadvantages . I searched many sites in all that mentioned same points like time consuming , we can do this for any project like tat . . etc.,
i want some points apart from that friends. Can u help me out from this ??
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Muthu_qpt,Is this an interview question?
By it self, that is a rather loaded question. Then you can get into the whole debate about manual vs. automation and not realize there's a whole different world of possibilities within just manual testing itself.
Scripted vs. Non-scripted manual testing.
Exploratory tests vs. Test Cases/Scenarios
High level vs. low level tests.
Tours vs. scripted test suites.
The only way to discuss advantages and disadvantages of something is to propose another option against which to compare.So my question: Advantages and Disadvantages compared to what?- Compared to not testing at all?- Compared to "fully-automated testing" (whatever that might mean)?- Compared to something else which you have defined in your article?
Originally Posted by muthu_qpt
some points for Advantages and disadvantages of Manual testing sir.
manual testing - Quality control done by human in which human intereact with system to provide input and take decision during test execution process
advantage - intuitive, interesting bug localization ,Exploratory and can have great coverage
disadvantage - sometime difficult to measure, repetitiveness kills the tester and sometime learning stalled.
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