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Manual Testing

Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Testing

• Why is testing necessary?
• What is testing?
• Economics of Testing
o Black Box Testing
o White Box Testing
• Software Testing Principles
• Fundamental Test Process

Chapter 2: Testing throughout the software life cycle

• Software Development models
o V – Model
o Iterative Life Cycles
• Test Levels
o Component Testing
o Integration Testing
o System Testing
o Acceptance Testing
o Maintenance testing

Chapter 3: Static Techniques

• Reviews and the test process
• Review Process
• Inspections and Walkthroughs
• Code Inspection

Chapter 4: Test Design Techniques

• Identifying test conditions and designing test cases
• Categories of test design techniques
• Specification-based or black-box techniques
o Boundary Value Analysis
o Decision Table Testing
o Equivalence Partitioning
o State Transition Testing
o Use Case Testing
• Structure-based or white-box techniques
o Code Coverage
o Decision Coverage
o Statement Coverage
o Structural Testing
• Experience-based techniques
o Error Guessing
o Exploratory Testing
• Choosing a test technique

Chapter 5: Test Management

• Test Organization
• Test Plans, Estimates, and strategies
• Test progress monitoring and control
• Configuration Management
• Risk and Testing
• Incident Management

Chapter 6: Other Testing Types

• Function Testing
• Volume Testing
• Stress Testing
• Usability Testing
• Security Testing
• Performance Testing
• Configuration Testing
• Reliability Testing
• Recovery Testing

Load Runner

Chapter 1

1. Performance testing concepts
2. Commonly conducted Performance testing types
3. Goals and benefits of Performance testing
4. Understanding Performance requirements

Chapter 2:

5. Creating a sample Performance test plan
6. Understanding work load models
7. Understanding symptoms of performance problems
8. Understand and discuss various performance counters
9. Understanding the process of conducting Performance testing
10. Performance testing Vs Performance Engineering

Chapter 3:

11. Various LR components
12. Overview of Virtual User Generator
13. Understanding VuGen layout
14. Recording types
15. Overview of Protocols supported

Chapter 4:

16. About Protocol Advisor
17. Single protocol record and replay
18. Multi protocol record and replay
19. Vuser Script language selection
20. Recording a simple scenario an understanding LR script
21. Understanding the replay features

Chapter 5:

22. Actions in VuGen
23. Commenting and logging
24. Creating Transactions
25. Correlation concept
26. Importance of correlation in performance testing

Chapter 6:

27. Understanding Correlation Design Studio
28. Setting correlation rules
29. Manual correlation

Chapter 7:

30. Data parameterization
31. Correlation vs. Parameterization
32. Running actions for iterations
33. Customizing iterations timing
34. Browser settings and simulation
35. Bandwidth simulation
36. Checkpoints & Content checks

Chapter 8:

37. Error Handling settings
38. Running as thread and process
39. Think time settings
40. Running the script as Process and threads
41. Rendezvous settings
42. Scripting in C – understanding various LR functions in vugen

Chapter 9:

43. Introduction Controller
44. Working of Controller
45. Concept of scenarios and groups
46. Working with Manual scenario
47. Working with Goal oriented scenario
48. Concept of Load Balancing and How-to in LR

Chapter 10:

49. Defining Service Level Agreement
50. Understanding various Monitors graphs
51. LR Analysis
52. About Correlating, overlay and merging graphs
53. Exporting analysis reports
54. Understanding and analyzing performance graphs



Quick Test Professional

QTP (Quick Test Professional)
Quick Test Professional (QTP) is an automated functional Graphical User Interface (GUI) testing tool which is primarily used for functional regression test automation. QTP uses a scripting language built on top of VBScript to specify the test procedure, and to manipulate the objects and controls of the application under test.

Who will the course benefit?
Students and recent Graduates who wants to pursue Software Quality Assurance/Testing as a Career, Company employees looking to advance Career in Test Automation and IT Professionals looking for a change in career path or learn new skill set

Chapter 1: Introduction to HP Quick Test Professional (QTP)

• 1.1 Benefits of Automated Testing
• 1.2 Quick Test Window

Chapter 2: Mercury Tours Site and creating your first test

• 2.1 Exploring the Mercury Tours Web Site
• 2.2 Creating an Action
• 2.3 Different Ways to Insert Calls to Actions

Chapter 3: Object Repository

• 3.1 Test Object Model
• 3.2 Understanding How Quick Test Identifies Objects during the Run Session
• 3.3 Learning Objects in Your Application
• 3.4: Using Multiple Object Repositories

Chapter 4: Introducing Functions and Function Libraries

• 4.1 Creating a Function
• 4.2 Associating the Function Library with Your Test

Chapter 5: Creating Tests

• 5.1 Deciding Which Methodology to Use – Keyword-Driven or Recording
• 5.2 Preparing to Create a Test
• 5.3 Dividing an Action into Two Actions

Chapter 6: Running and Analyzing Tests

• 6.1 Running a Test
• 6.2 Analyzing Run Results

Chapter 7: Parameterization Tests

• 7.1 Defining a Data Table Parameter
• 7.2 Adding Parameter Values to a Data Table
• 7.3 Modifying Steps Affected by Parameterization
• 7.4 Parameterzing an Action
• 7.5 Running and Analyzing a Parameterized Test

Chapter 8: Parameterization Tests

• 8.1 Defining a Data Table Parameter
• 8.2 Adding Parameter Values to a Data Table
• 8.3 Modifying Steps Affected by Parameterization
• 8.4 Parameterzing an Action
• 8.5 Running and Analyzing a Parameterized Test

Chapter 9: Outputting Values

• 9.1 About Outputting Values
• 9.2 Creating Output Values
• 9.3 Storing Output Values
• 9.4 Viewing and Editing Output Values
• 9.5 Outputting Property Values
• 9.6 To create standard output values while editing your test:
• 9.7 Understanding Default Output Definitions
• 9.8 Outputting a Value to an Action Parameter
• 9.9 Outputting Text Values
• 9.10 Creating Text Area Output Values
• 9.11 Defining Text and Text Area Output Values
• 9.12 Outputting Table Values
• 9.13 Outputting Table Content
• 9.14 Outputting Table Properties
• 9.15 Outputting Database Values
• 9.16 Outputting XML Values

Chapter 10: Defining and Using Recovery Scenarios

• 10.1 About Defining and Using Recovery Scenarios
• 10.2 Deciding When to Use Recovery Scenarios
• 10.3 Defining Recovery Scenarios
• 10.4 Creating a Recovery File
• 10.5 Understanding the Recovery Scenario Manager Dialog Box
• 10.6 Understanding the Recovery Scenario Wizard
• 10.7 Managing Recovery Scenarios
• 10.8 Copying Recovery Scenarios between Recovery Scenario Files
• 10.9 Associating Recovery Scenarios with Your Tests
• 10.10 Adding Recovery Scenarios to Your Test
• 10.11 Removing Recovery Scenarios from Your Test
• 10.12 Enabling and Disabling Recovery Scenarios

Software Manual Testing
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Quality Center

Chapter 1: Introducing Quality Center

• The Quality Center Testing Process
• Starting Quality Center
• The Quality Center Window

Chapter 2: Specifying Releases and Cycles

• Defining Releases and Cycles
• Viewing Releases and Cycles

Chapter 3: Specifying Requirements

• Defining Requirements
• Viewing Requirements
• Modifying Requirements
• Converting Requirements

Chapter 4: Planning Tests

• Developing a Test Plan Tree
• Designing Test Steps
• Copying Test Steps
• Calling Tests with Parameters
• Creating and Viewing Requirements Coverage

Chapter 5: Running Tests

• Defining Test Sets
• Adding Tests to a Test Set
• Scheduling Test Runs
• Running Tests Manually
• Viewing and Analyzing Test Results

Chapter 6: Adding and Tracking Defects

• How to Track Defects
• Adding New Defects
• Matching Defects
• Updating Defects
• Linking Defects to Tests
• Creating Favourite Views