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    RUP

    How to test an application using RUP

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    Re: RUP

    There is the potential for a lot of conceptual misunderstanding here so I guess one thing to say is that, strictly speaking, you do not test "using RUP", per se. You test within the structure of the RUP. Rational's Unified Process is basically a type of controlled iteration model. The idea of the model is to give a life cycle that is broken up into phases (inception, elaboration, construction, transition) that has a series of what are called "core process workflows" (such as business modeling, requirements, analysis and design, implemention, test, and deployment). Note that "testing" is one of those process workflows but how you actually implement that testing can largely be up to your organization. The point, however, is that testing can (and should) occur at each of the phases within the Unified Process.

    What this means is that you can perform various types of testing at each point within the phases that are defined by the Unified Process and this includes unit (code-based) testing, functional/behavioral testing, performance testing, etc. For example, in the inception phase, a full Quality Assurance group (meaning one that is involved in all phases) will tend to provide initial thoughts on assuring that requirements are stated in a quantifiable, traceable, and testable manner. Within the elaboration phase, a Quality Assurance group might get up to speed on the use cases and perhaps start deriving test cases from them. (At both phases a test plan will be constructed if you are using strict test plans.) The construction phase is where the actual product is being built (usually in a series of iterations) and here the QA/test group will put the application to the test in a mix of integration and system testing utilizing their test cases. The transition phase is where assurance takes place that the software is ready for its end users and this can be where acceptance testing takes place, for example.

    So does this make sense to you? An application is developed within the context of the Rational Unified Process. Part of that context involves various types of testing done at various phases. Please do not hesitate to ask for clarifications if this did not make a lot of sense to you.

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    Re: RUP

    Thanks for ur clear Answer.so we perform all types of testing during various phases like inception,elaboration,construction and transition.so we perform regression and performance testing in construction phase.If iam not correct please correct me

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