Stand alone testing means to test a window base application
in which client-server(database) is on one system in which
client and server are on different system known as 2-tier
or if interviewer not satisfied with above answer
we can say to test individual component means we can say
functional(unit/component) testing is stand alone testing in
which we test only single feature(module/component) not
bothered about interface and data flow between
Let an application be installed in web-logic on more than
one physical server. Standalone testing is to test whether
an application can stand depending on only one physical
server while the other physical server is down. The testing
includes the availability of the admin from the available
single instance of the box.
stand alone testing is the testing that done without help of any thing (Like stub and drivers). so System testing or we can say UAT, alpha and Beta testing is stand alone testing.
correct me if i wrong?
. Diff. between Application server and web server?
2. Default port number of Tomcat?
3. bug life cycle?
4. what is defered status in defect life cycle?
5. smoke test?
6. Do you use any automation tool for smoke testing??
7. verification and validation?
8. Testing process in your comp.?
9. Testing methodology?
10.when a bug is found what is the 1st action?
11.what is best bug in your current proj. which you found??
12.what is test plan and explain its contents?
13.Advantages of automation over mannual testing?
14.explain some SDLC models?
16.what is mean by release notes?
17.what are all the contents of release checklist?
18.when a new build comes what is 1st action?(performing
19.how many test cases will you write for 1 day?
20.what is the bugbase do you use in your comp.?
scenario is like the following, a software to be installed
in the train the work of the software is when ever any
object comes opposite to it the train has to be stopped
would u plese any bone tell us the test case for this
Q. 21: Given the following decision table: Which of the
following test cases and
expected results is VALID?
Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 Rule 4
Age <21 yrs 21-29 yrs 30-50yrs > 50yrs
Class A A or B B, C or D C or D
Premium £100 £90 £70 £70
Excess £2,500 £2,500 £500 £1000
A. 23 year old in insurance class A Premium is 0 and excess
B. 51 year old in insurance class C Premium is 0 and excess
C. 31 year old in insurance class B Premium is 0 and excess
D. 43 year old in insurance class C Premium is 0 and excess