Requirement coverage is necessary, and you want to make sure that each requirement is actually testable and covered in the test plan.
A QA effort without proper coverage is an effort wasted.
Certified QA Professionals
Requirement coverage is necessary, and you want to make sure that each requirement is actually testable and covered in the test plan. A QA effort without proper coverage is an effort wasted. How can you truly test if you don’t know what you’re testing it for, and how can you feel confident you’ve achieved a tested product if you don’t set forth some end criteria? This kind of preparation is critical for a successful release.
Both functional and business requirements need to be thoroughly examined and mapped to appropriate test cases. Another important facet is the quality of the tests themselves. Coverage in and of itself isn’t enough, you need tests that are easy to understand, easy to execute, and provide useful data in the post-condition. This kind of in-depth evaluation requires time and a well-trained eye. That’s where QA Mentor comes in.
Our vast experience has shown a pattern of missed negative scenarios and field validation that cover typically abnormal and generally unpredictable user behavior. These tests, if missed, could lead to serious defects that can cause significant production problems. Another area commonly not fully covered is user authentication. Gaps the coverage of permissions and roles could pose potential security risks which could cost your company their reputation and money.
QA Mentor Test Cases Coverage Review Process
Expected date for design completion
Business & functional requirements
Manual or automated test cases
Test coverage review by QA experts
Focus on gaps that could cost reputation and money
Test case evaluation by grouping into test types
Requirements Tracebility Matrix
– Comprehensive traceability
– Identified by category and type
– Complete, high level, detailed test case mapping to high and low-level requirements
– Detailed test coverage evalution
– Coverage percentage
– Improvement opportunities
– Pointed observations on inadequate coverage
How QA Mentor Can Help?
- Evaluate your current coverage
- Review and map to requirements
- Identify holes in test plan
- Organize test cases
- Advise how to increase coverage
- Requirements traceability matrix
- Coverage report
What we need from you
- Project timeline
- Demo session
- Business requirements
- Functional requirements
- Architecture requirements
- Manual or automated test cases
- Field dictionary document
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