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What is a software test case?
A software test case is a list of conditions and specific steps which allow the quality assurance engineer / tester to determine whether the software is working properly or not. Software test cases are written based on software use cases which are usually written by programmers.
Sets of test cases, as known as test suites, allow testers to test various software functionalities. Break down functionalities into modules and create a test suite per module.
In order to completely test a software, you need to create a test specification which comprises various test suites.
During the testing phase, quality engineers (that is, testers) should create a collection of documents that encompass the testing strategy, the test cases, acceptance criteria and matching tests to requirements:
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This risk assessment template serves as a risk register for your projects. The risk assessment template provides a complete set of questions that help you identify the risks of your project, while this document template risk assessment template allows you to categorize the risks, prioritize and determine risk response actions and the persons in charge of dealing with the risk response actions.
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This risk analysis checklist template provides a complete set of questions that help you identify the risks of your project.
This risk analysis template is structured so that you have a clear view on the risks that might occur during the project phase, within the development environment and some general conditions.
The risk analysis checklist template allow you identifying risks during the following project phases: requirements, design, implementation, integration as well as some special cases like: maintenance, reliability, security and handling.