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Test Items were: • Version of product (what you are testing at each stage) • Design decomposition (relationship of specific modules to test plan, test cases) • Limitations of product under test (restrictions, assumptions, caveats, etc.) • Other product-level restraints on testing
Coming to this from the safety critical side of the industry I would say that your Risk Management Plan should start with a Corporate level Risk Management Policy that states how you are going to manage the risk aspects of all of your work, for example how risks are categorized, what documentation, testing policies, etc., must be in place and what type of ...
I'm going to skip answering the parts of the question that do not make sense or are primarily opinion based. So, which plan should actually contain Risk Management, or it should be completely a separate document? Most software organizations don't do this at all or are not formal about it, so you can probably do whatever you want. If you think it ...
In addition to the above mentioned headers, a test plan should include following sections too along with their description Entry and Exit criteria: for starting the testing phase and calling it out Suspension and Resumption criteria: during testing there may be several instances when you need to suspend your testing because of single or multiple reasons. ...
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