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    What is fish model can you explain?

    Posted by: rajaneesh on 6/4/2008

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    Fish model explains the mapping between different stages of development and testing.

    phase 1:
    informnation gathering takes place and here the BRS document is prepared.

    phase 2:
    analysis takes place.During this phase,development people prepare SRS document which is a combination of functional requirement specification and system requirement specification.During this phase,testing people are going for reviews.

    Phase-3:
    Design phase.here HLD and LLD high level design document and low level design documents are prepared by development team.Here , the testing people are going for prototype reviews.

    phase-4:
    coding phase.White box testers start coding and white box testing is being conducted by testing team.

    phase-5:
    testing phase.white box testing takes place by the black box test engineers.

    phase-6:
    release and maintenance.



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