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Question: What is incremental testing explain with an example

Answer: There are 2 types of Integration Testing

1) Incremental Intigration Testing

2) Non-Incremental Intigration Testing.

INCREMENTAL INTIGRATION TESTING:-

In this type of testing we have to add the interface incrementally and check the data flows between modules.

For this type of testing we should know the parent / child relationship between the modules means which module is the parent / child of which module.

But if we do not know the parent / child relationship between modules then we should go for Non-Incremental Integration Testing..

But in Non-Incremental Integration Testing it is very difficult to

a) Find out the Root cause of Defects.

b) Test all possible interface between the Modules.

In some cases both Incremental and Non-Incremental Intigration testing is required which is called as SANDWITCH Integration Testing.



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Question: What is incremental testing explain with an example


Answer:

There are 2 types of Integration Testing

1) Incremental Intigration Testing

2) Non-Incremental Intigration Testing.

INCREMENTAL INTIGRATION TESTING:-

In this type of testing we have to add the interface incrementally and check the data flows between modules.

For this type of testing we should know the parent / child relationship between the modules means which module is the parent / child of which module.

But if we do not know the parent / child relationship between modules then we should go for Non-Incremental Integration Testing..

But in Non-Incremental Integration Testing it is very difficult to

a) Find out the Root cause of Defects.

b) Test all possible interface between the Modules.

In some cases both Incremental and Non-Incremental Intigration testing is required which is called as SANDWITCH Integration Testing.

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Incremental testing is called as top-bottom approach.
It is a type of integration testing.
In this top to bottom approach, the modules/ components have parent/ child relation.
Here there is a chance to mis any module, in that case the missing module is replaced by dummy module that is known as STUB. Source: CoolInterview.com

Answered by: shree | Date: 8/21/2010 | Contact shree Contact shree


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