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A test plan details what, when, how, who, and more of a testing project. It should outline the general strategy and provide someone with enough information to allow them to get started whit the testing. After commonly being asked what details should be included in a test plan here at TestLodge, we have put together an example test plan based on the IEEE 829 ...


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A Test Plan must have the minimum skeleton as specified below. It is very important to remember and know the difference. We are not referring to test approach or strategy documents here. I have always used Microsoft project to create and track a plan as it is such a powerful tool and provides such a wide variety of views that suits everyone i.e. if you want ...



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