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As a tester part of your job is to provide information and to advise others (BAs, Developers, Managers etc.) about the state of the system and any potential risks. With this in mind, what I'd do in your situation is to research examples of this problem and the potential effects. To appear more credible you could outline best case scenarios (e.g. distribution ...


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It really depends on your project. I'll try to give you some hints, but it can't be comprehensive. Localization First thing to take into account is the localization. If your fields can be used by a customer from any country, you must consider allowing non alphanumeric characters, and therefore test it. This can lead to some issues, depending on the type of ...


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I've seen this kind of specifications in companies where their users are provided with specific devices, as for example, doctors inside a hospital to access to the patients clinical registers... because they know that the app (or web) will be used only for a reduced set of devices. Another example, is when you are focusing on a specific market (China, US, ...


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One approach is to check the absolute value against a threshold, something like: =ABS(ROUND(AJ4,6)-ROUND(T4/100,6)) < 0.001 The threshold value has to be chosen knowing the magnitude of values being compared. You might compute the threshold based on the actual values, something like: =(ROUND(AJ4,6)+ROUND(T4/100,6))/(2000) This gives one-thousandth ...


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For me, the baseline is always a comparison to some other system. The other system need not be software. It might be implemented by, say, people wielding pencils and paper forms. If that exists, you can measure its response time, availability, reliability, error rate, and so on. The other system need not exist. I can always posit an imaginary ...



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