This might not be the right forum to ask this question but i am sure the experts here must be able to help me. I am new to QA and was looking for the "Logical Testing". What is it and when do we need to do it.
And just to throw a wrench into the mix, I worked in an environment where we had 'logical days' where a week's worth of testing represented one calendar day. This was due to the number of applications that needed to be in sync across the enterprise.
In other words:
Day 1 - Data entry
Day 2/3 - Processing
Day 4/5 - Validation
"The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place."
-George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright and Nobel Prize winner, 1856-1950
One of my seniors was asking me. He came to me and suddenly asked me "What is Logical testing"? And i was just starring him like an idiot....... (Was really very embarrasing moment).Then he told me to look for it and let me know what is "Logical Testing".
This is the only reason i was looking for it. Have to tell him ... and i know he must be waiting for my answer.......((