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What is term 'Test Scenario' means???
Asked by Aarpit Gupta | Aug 9 2012 | Report this Report abuse
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View Sameer  Nathan 's Profile
In simple terms, "Test Scenario" lists out what the function IS or IS NOT capable of. "Test Case" lists out how to go about validating the said scenario, step by step.
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View Mukul  Gosavi 's Profile
Test scenarios should be designed in a manner that represents both typical and atypical conditions that could possibly occur within the application.
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View Desai  Nilima 's Profile
However test scenarios are different from test cases because they usually have several steps whereas test cases are single steps. And they should be created by examining the functional requirements of the software/system, and preparing rational collections of functions that can be split into test procedures.
Aug 11 2012 | Report this Report abuse
View Anisha Das 's Profile
Test Scenario has number of answers ..depends up on the user...and my answer for Test Scenario is..

The term “test scenario” is often used interchangeably with the term “test case” Which is used to ensure that all process flows are tested from end to end.
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