What to Know About System Testing?

What to Know About System Testing?
September 08 09:43 2016 Print This Article

The great number of different software testing methods warrants the quality of the services provided by a software testing company. The testing type is chosen according to the purposes, time limit, and functional characteristics of the product.

When performing system testing, applications or software systems are viewed as an undivided unit. It is used to check the work of the entire product according to its specification. Being classified as black box testing, this method doesn’t require code and design details.

What Are the Main Aspect of System Testing?

  • Software testing starts when all the components of the product are arranged. System testing is based on integration testing and unit testing
  • A need to check all technical, functional, and non-functional requirements of the software. It is also performed to review the application architecture.
  • Staging environment. It’s better to perform system testing in the environment where the final software version will be later installed.

The main issues of system testing are the design and behavior of the product and the client’s expectations. Traditionally, it is executed on a staging server on the basis of the accomplished unit and integration testing, thoroughly developed software, and well-simulated production environment.

Test cases for system testing a little bit differ from functional test cases. They should enclose scenarios, use cases and suit performance, technical, functional, non-functional, and user interface requirements.

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