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White box testing and Black box testing
what is White box testing and Black box testing?
and what is the main difference between them?
Asked by Pritika MiSsInG fRiEnDs | Oct 18 2014 | Report this Report abuse
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View Nandini  Thotakura 's Profile
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View crystal  pellitiier 's Profile
White box testing is done by Software developers by knowing internal structure that means coding is known by the developers whereas Black box testing is carried out by testers without knowing the coding.This testing does not require programming.
White box testing involves unit testing,integration testing which are low level of testing.Black box testing is applicable for high level testing such as system testing.
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View Ashish Tripathi 's Profile
White-box testing is a methodology used to ensure and validate the internal framework, mechanisms, objects and components of a software application. White-box testing verifies code according to design specifications and uncovers application vulnerabilities. where as,Black box testing is a software testing technique that focuses on the analysis of software functionality, versus internal system mechanisms. Black box testing was developed as a method of analyzing client requirements, specifications and high-level design strategies.
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View Abha  Sharma 's Profile
Black-box testing is a way to develop tests by examining the object under test with no knowledge of its internal structure. Only inputs and outputs are examined.
White-box testing, on the other hand, aims to develop tests for an object with full knowledge of its inner workings. It allows the tester to select the test inputs in such a manner that all (or the most important) pathways can be tested. Paths can be constructed from control structures and data access
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View Amrita  Patel 's Profile
While black-box and white-box are terms that are still in popular use,
many people prefer the terms "behavioral" and "structural". Behavioral
test design is slightly different from black-box test design because
the use of internal knowledge isn't strictly forbidden, but it's still
discouraged. In practice, it hasn't proven useful to use a single test
design method. One has to use a mixture of different methods so that
they aren't hindered by the limitations of a particular one. Some call
this "gray-box" or "translucent-box" test design, but others wish we'd
stop talking about boxes altogether.
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