Re: Tell me few important tests for a Web application
The various aspects of a Web Application that need to be tested are classified as follows:
6. Data Verification
7. External Interfaces
8. Internal Interfaces
9. Browsers - IE, NEtScape, etc.
11. Load Testing
12. Error handling
13. Network Impacts
Does the system interface correctly with related external systems?
Have all possible interfaces been identified?
Have all supported browsers been tested?
Have all error conditions related to external interfaces been tested when external application
is unavailable or server inaccessible?
Has proxy caching been tested?
Have all external applications that may be launched from within the Web site been tested?
❒ Is the HTML version being used compatible with appropriate browser versions?
❒ Is Java Code/Scripts usable by the browsers under test?
❒ Do images display correctly with browsers under test?
❒ Have you verified that fonts are usable on any of the browsers?
❒ Does your Web site handle browsers that do not support frames?
❒ Do frames resize automatically and appropriately? Is the user able to manipulate frame size?
❒ Does a scrollbar appear if required?
❒ On framed pages have you verified that what is actually recognized by the Bookmark or
Favorites is appropriate?
❒ Is the accuracy of stored data sustained?
❒ Has data been verified at the workstation?
❒ Has data been verified at the server?
❒ Does tabbing work consistently, in a uniform manner?
❒ Is there a link to home on every single page?
❒ Is page layout consistent from page to page?
❒ Is each page organized in an intuitive manner?
❒ Are graphics used consistently?
Hope this helps...
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