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Difference Between BVA and ECP.

Boundary Value Analysis (BVA) : Whenever  we have the requirement to test the range like 1 to 1000 or 1 to lack or 1 lack to 2 lacks then it is to possible to perform the exhaustive testing (complete testing). So we need to apply the BVA technique.
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Differences between Web application testing and Client server application testing.

In client server testing, there are two different components to test.
Application is loaded on server machine and the application exe on every client machine.
Testing is done broadly in categories like GUI on both sides, functionality,
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Compatibility Testing.

Compatibility Testing : Test whether the application is properly working in all the targeted environments or not is known as compatibility testing. It is two types-

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Difference between Test scenario and Test case.

Test case : consists of set of input values, precondition, expected Results and post condition developed to cover certain test condition.

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Difference between Priority in test case and Priority in bugs ?

Priority in test case: Every test case/scenario has a priority. It describes the importance of the test cases. there are 4 types of priority.

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Difference between Sanity and Smoke testing ?

Smoke testing is done once the build is ready from the development environment before releasing the build to the testing team. To make sure that most basic and crucial functions of software are working fine. They will check

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Re-testing and regression testing ?

Re-testing is test same functionality again and again with multiple sets of different test data is known as re-testing.
“Test Data –the data which we are using for testing is known as test data”.
For ex: Testing Gmail functionality by using 100 credentials: executing the failed test case an iterative and incremental build is also known as re-testing.

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