What are objectives of testingExplain blackbox testing and integration testing Software engineering Sem 6 Dec 2016 Mumbai University

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What are objectives of testing?Explain blackbox testing and integration testing.-Software engineering-Sem 6-Dec 2016-Mumbai University

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System Testing
SYSTEM TESTING is a level of software testing where a complete and integrated software is tested. The purpose of this test is to evaluate the system’s compliance with the specified requirements
Definition by ISTQB

system testing: The process of testing an integrated system to verify that it meets specified requirements.
Analogy
During the process of manufacturing a ballpoint pen, the cap, the body, the tail, the ink cartridge and the ballpoint are produced separately and unit tested separately. When two or more units are ready, they are assembled and Integration Testing is performed. When the complete pen is integrated, System Testing is performed.

Method
Usually, Black Box Testing method is used.

Tasks
System Test Plan
Prepare
Review
Rework
Baseline
System Test Cases
Prepare
Review
Rework
Baseline
System Test
Perform
When is it performed?

System Testing is the third level of software testing performed after Integration Testing and before Acceptance Testing.

Who performs it?

Normally, independent Testers perform System Testing.                                                                       

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