Testing Execution Concepts In Testing

What are the Testing Execution Concepts


One technique of Black Box testing is Equivalence Partitioning.  In a program statement that accepts only one choice from among 10 possible choices, numbered 1 through 10, the middle partition would be from _____ to _____
a.       4 to 6
b.      0 to 10
c.       1 to 10
d.      None of the above

Security concerns are important for which type of applications
    1. A product advertisement website
    2. A requirements tracking database
    3. An e-commerce web site
    4. An employment application
How can it be known when to stop testing
a.       When no more bugs can be found
b.      When the time allocated is over
c.       When the quality goals set up for testing have been achieved
d.      All of the above

In Life cycle approach to testing, test execution occurs
a. during testing phase
            b. during requirement phase
            c. during coding phase
            d. none of the above.

Who is responsible for conducting test readiness review?
            a. Test manager
            b. Test engineer
            c. both A & B
            d. Project Manager

What is NOT a test log?
a. Maps the test results to requirements
            b. Records test activities
            c. Maintains control over the test
            d. Contains pass or fail results.

When Integration testing should begin
            a. during black-box testing
            b. once unit testing is complete for the integrating components
            c. Before unit testing is complete
            d. All of the above

Which is NOT a part of integration testing
            a. Validation of the links between the clients and server
            b. Output interface file accuracy
            c. back-out situations
            d. none of the above.

When to stop testing?
a. When all quality goals defined at the start of the project have been met.
            b. When running short of time
            c. When all test cases are executed
            d. all the above

Authorization _________
            a. compliance testing
      b. disaster testing
      c. verifying compliance to rules
      d. functional testing
      e. ease of operations

 File Integrity falls under
      a. compliance testing
      b. disaster testing
      c. verifying compliance to rules
      d. functional testing
      e. ease of operations

Operations testing is
      a. compliance testing
      b. disaster testing
      c. verifying compliance to rules
      d. functional testing
            e. ease of operations
Security falls under
      a. compliance testing
      b. disaster testing
      c. verifying compliance to rules
      d. functional testing
      e. ease of operations


Portability falls under

  1. compliance testing
  2. disaster testing
  3. verifying compliance to rules
  4. functional testing
  5. ease of operations
The purpose of this event is to review the application user interface and other human factors of the application with the people who will be using the application. 
a.       User Acceptance test
b.      Usability test
c.       Validation
d.      None of the above

Recovery testing is a system test that forces the software to fail and verifies that data recovery is properly performed. The following should be checked for correctness  
a.      Re-initialization
b.      Restart
c.       Data Recovery
d.      Check Point Mechanism

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