Manual testing is the process of manually testing software for defects. It requires a tester to play the role of an end user whereby they use most of the application's features to ensure correct behavior. To guarantee completeness of testing, the tester often follows a written test plan that leads them through a set of important test cases.
For small scale engineering efforts (including prototypes), exploratory testing may be sufficient. With this informal approach, the tester does not follow any rigorous testing procedure, but rather explores the user interface of the application using as many of its features as possible, using information gained in prior tests to intuitively derive additional tests. The success of exploratory manual testing relies heavily on the domain expertise of the tester, because a lack of knowledge will lead to incompleteness in testing.
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This initial stage in testing normally carried out by the developer who wrote the code and sometimes by a peer using the white box testing technique.
This stage is carried out in two modes, as a complete package or as an increment to the earlier package. Most of the time black box testing technique is used.
Choose a high level test plan where a general methodology is chosen, and resources such as people, computers, and software licenses are identified and acquired.
Author a test report, detailing the findings of the testers. The report is used by managers to determine whether the software can be released.
Testing can be through black-, white- or grey-box testing. In white-box testing the tester is concerned with the execution of the statements through the source code.
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