Testing Limitations

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.. Continuing the Beginners Guide to Software Testing series
Testing Limitations
  • You cannot test a program completely
  • We can only test against system requirements
- May not detect errors in the requirements.
- Incomplete or ambiguous requirements may lead to inadequate or incorrect testing.
  • Exhaustive (total) testing is impossible in present scenario.
  • Time and budget constraints normally require very careful planning of the testing effort.
  • Compromise between thoroughness and budget.
  • Test results are used to make business decisions for release dates.
  • Even if you do find the last bug, you’ll never know it
  • You will run out of time before you run out of test cases
  • You cannot test every path
  • You cannot test every valid input
  • You cannot test every invalid input
Must ReadThe Impossibility of Complete Testing by Dr. Cem Kaner

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