Manual Testing Interview Preparation Guide
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Manual Testing Interview Questions and Answers will guide that Manual Testing is the process of manually testing software for defects. It requires a tester to play the role of an end user, and use most of all features of the application to ensure correct behavior. To ensure completeness of testing, the tester often follows a written test plan that leads them through a set of important test cases. So learn more about Manual Testing with this Manual Testing Interview Questions with Answers guide

45 Manual Testing Questions and Answers:

1 :: What is bidirectional traceability?

Bidirectional traceability needs to be implemented both forward and backward (i.e., from requirements to end products and from end product back to requirements).
When the requirements are managed well, traceability can be established from the source requirement to its lower level requirements and from the lower level requirements back to their source. Such bidirectional traceability helps determine that all source requirements have been completely addressed and that all lower level requirements can be traced to a valid source.
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2 :: What is the maximum length of the test case we can write?

We can't say exactly test case length, it depending on functionality.
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3 :: What is internationalization Testing?

Software Internationalization is process of developing software products independent from cultural norms, language or other specific attributes of a market
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4 :: What does black-box testing mean at the unit, integration, and system levels?

Tests for each software requirement using
Equivalence Class Partitioning, Boundary Value Testing, and more
Test cases for system software requirements using the Trace Matrix, Cross-functional Testing, Decision Tables, and more
Test cases for system integration for configurations, manual operations, etc.
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5 :: What is Bug life cycle?

New: when tester reports a defect
Open: when developer accepts that it is a bug or if the developer rejects the defect, then the status is turned into "Rejected"
Fixed: when developer make changes to the code to rectify the bug...
Closed/Reopen: when tester tests it again. If the expected result shown up, it is turned into "Closed" and if the problem persists again, it's "Reopen".
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