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Once test packs are created the main objectives of review and signoff process is to confirm test coverage and then categorise each and every test case into High, Medium and Low categories based on BI (Business Impact) and Likelihood of Failure. At the end of the review process you will have the entire test pack categorised. This approach helps to Identify a ...


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To create a regression test case suite one must have thorough application knowledge or complete understanding of the product flow. Start with breaking the application into features. Look for any labels or tags if added to test cases for product functionality. Like in Jira/test rail we have labels and tags added to test cases. If there are then you can ...


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I have found that basically all of the tests and test suites that I have used and created for unit and integrated tests are regression tests. They are tests to say that 'this did work and should work now' and then when they break you know you need to fix/change them and/or the underlying code. This has been true in the last 3 companies I have worked for. ...


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Finding good set of regression test cases may require good understanding of a domain. You may not want to select any random number of test cases for regression which may not be very common scenarios in the production. You may want to get help from BA or solution design team to understand most important & common scenarios. Many projects follow RBT (RISK ...


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It depends. Every application is different. Every organization is different. Every organization and application has a different risk tolerance that determines how many of your test cases need to be part of your regression suite. At one extreme, any test case that hasn't been deprecated by changes to the application is part of the regression test suite. ...


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This doesn't have a single answer; it depends on the state of the code and the level you're testing at. At a high level, regression tests are tests that you have for things that currently work in the product, and should continue to work the same way in the future. So in order to identify regression tests, you need to identify parts of the program that ...



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