White Box Test Techniques. Branch/Decision Testing

White Box Test Techniques. Branch/Decision Testing
September 20 10:00 2011 Print This Article


Test cases should be designed to exercise decision outcomes.

For every test case these should be clarified:

  • the input to the component
  • identification of decision outcome to be performed by the test case
  • the expected result of the test case



Branch testing needs such model of the source code which recognizes decisions and its outcomes.

A decision is an accomplishable statement which can move control to another statement. It depends to the logic of the decision statement.

Normal decisions are found in loops and selections. Every probable transfer of control is a decision outcome.

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