Black Box Testing
Black Box Testing is a method of Software Testing which is used to test the functionality of an application without peeping into its workings. This method is also known as Behavioural Testing. Black Box Testing is performed by independent testing team,
This Software testing method can be applied to the following testing unit such as unit, integration, system and acceptance testing.
Test Case is a document which guides the tester with some sequence of steps to validate whether the application is free of bugs. Test Case Prioritization is very important in making up the Test Case.
Types of Black Box Design Techniques:
There are some typical Black Box Testing techniques,
- Equivalence Testing
- Boundary Value Analysis
- Domain Tests
- Decision Tables
- State Models
- Exploratory Testing
- All pairs Testing
- Orthogonal Testing
Some of the Important Black Box Testing Techniques are as follows,
Bottom Up Testing
Bottom Up Testing is a technique in which the lower level components are tested at first and then facilitate to the higher level components. The process continuous until it reach the top level component.
Boundary Value Analysis is a special technique in Black Box Testing in which the tests are performed which includes a specific boundary values.
Branch Testing or Branch coverage is a Software Testing Method which helps to ensure that each and every possible branch from each decision point is executed.
It helps to ensure that all the reachable code is executed.
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