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There can be a several reasons for test cases for bugs found later during exploratory testing not being identified during the project planning phase. Couple of them may be, Testers are humans. To err is human. Humans make mistakes. IF not wouldn't we be god instead? From what you have written, you do the planning along with the whole team and not in ...


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Only a consistently manually reproducible bug with specific given steps should be logged in the system. If a bug found through manual or automated testing is not consistently reproducible then it should be investigated more by QA engineer to come up with definite minimal reproducible example. Specifically with automation, there could be good number of ...


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From what you have written, I'm not certain if you mean bugs in the test code, or bugs in the product. I think it's important to distinguish between the two. Every QA team has different processes. Not a problem to me. If something works in one team, why force them to change? due to various reasons there are cases where a test fails, and a regular restart ...


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