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    TEST CASES FOR A TASK

    Hi
    I was wondering if I was asked to write test cases for a particular screen . for example:
    Test case for login screen.
    I am listing some below.

    Guide me what would be the possible test cases and if this is the way to write test cases.

    LOGIN SCREEN:
    case1:If username correct, passwd correct
    navigation:WElcome screen
    case2:If username correct, passwd wrong
    navigation:login screen
    case3:If username wrong, passwd correct
    navigation:Login screen
    case4:If username wrong, passwd wrong
    navigation:Login screen
    case5:New user sign up link
    navigation:Registration form
    case6:Forgot password
    navigation:Password Reset screen

    thanks
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    Re: TEST CASES FOR A TASK

    The Test Case Structure would be something like this below:
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    Test Case ID | Test Condition | Expected Result | Actual Result | Status
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    You have specified the Input condition in your case, but there is no Expected Results.

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    Re: TEST CASES FOR A TASK

    Along with what vinod said, remember that test cases normally consist of a sequence of steps.

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    Re: TEST CASES FOR A TASK

    You have no GUI test conditions (verifying the objects, layouts, help, navigation, icons, character limits of fields, screen manipulation (such as maximizing/minimizing),etc.

    I notices you left out:

    <blank user id>, <correct password>
    <correct user id>, <no password>
    <blank user id>, <blank password>

    Also, is it possible to have duplicate user IDs and/or passwords?

    Your expected results probably need to be expanded; most invalid ID/password combinations yield an error message of some kind.

    Hope this helps...

    - Linda

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    Re: TEST CASES FOR A TASK

    case 3 is invalid - if the username is wrong, there's no way to have a correct password.

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    Re: TEST CASES FOR A TASK

    Plummi

    Many GUI login entries have both ID and pass work entered at the same time. In most cases the software doesn't know where to look for a pass word if the ID (that uses the pass word) isn't correct. I have many times incorrectly entered my ID and entered the pass word correctly and receive an error message. Incorrect Id and correct pass word could be a valid test.

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