:: Home Page            
 Advertise your Business Here     
Browse  |   Placement Papers  |   Company  |   Code Snippets  |   Certifications  |   Visa Questions
Post Question  |   Post Answer  |   My Panel  |   Search  |   Articles  |   Topics  |   ERRORS new
   Refer this Site  Refer This Site to Your Friends  Site Map  Bookmark this Site  Set it as your HomePage  Contact Us     Login  |  Sign Up                      
Categories >> Software >> Testing >> QA Concepts


 Automation Testing interview questions  Automation Testing Interview Questions (5200)
 Manual Testing interview questions  Manual Testing Interview Questions (6477)
 QA Concepts interview questions  QA Concepts Interview Questions (655)
 Mobile Testing interview questions  Mobile Testing Interview Questions (113)
 Test Cases interview questions  Test Cases Interview Questions (469)
 Test Documents Reporting interview questions  Test Documents Reporting Interview Questions (58)
 Testing AllOther interview questions  Testing AllOther Interview Questions (609)
what are the limitations of testing?explain in detail plz??
 Question Submitted By :: QA-Concepts
I also faced this Question!!     Answer Posted By  
# 1
1)testing can only identify the known issues or errors. It
gives no idea about defects still uncovered.

2)provides no help when we have to make a decision to
either "release the product with bugs for meeting the
deadline" or to "release the product late compromising the

3)has some financial constraints
Is This Answer Correct ?    17 Yes 3 No
Sohail Sarwar
# 2
Ideally there is no zero defect product in the software

Normally it the product reaches to 98% defect revoal procss
then it is called zero defect product.

Exhaustive testing is not possible.
There is no zero defect s/w in the world.
Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 4 No
Rajendra Prasad Reddy Penumall
# 3
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
Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 0 No
Harshit Gupta
# 4
When it becomes Zero defect or when code and functionality
is covered atleast 98%
Is This Answer Correct ?    8 Yes 8 No
# 5
We can only test against System Requirements.
May not detect errors in the Requirements.
Exhaustive testing is impossible in present scenario.
Time and budget Constraints normally require very careful
planning of the testing effort.
Test results are used to make bussiness decisions for
release dates.
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 6 No
# 6
if no any Errors in system no again testing 
Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 10 No

Other QA Concepts Interview Questions
  Question Asked @ Answers
whatis the diff. between Tracebility matrix and Bidirectional Tracebility matrix? AZTEC 2
Can anyone explain me with examples wat is parallel testing? Moveo-Systems 2
What is difference between Six Sigma and CMMI and how both relate/differ to each other   1
What is the diff b/w Quality Assurence and Quality Control ?.. FIC 11
what is Software testing?   9
what is QA/QC LIFE CYCLE? Gradient-Technologies 3
Write a testcase for Yes/No combo box Accenture 4
What is verification And Validation?   2
What is User Acceptance testing? Ordain-Solutions 7
What is automation Framework? BeBo-Technologies 3
What are the Dimensions of Quality?. And Plz give a testCase example using the Dimensions of Quality.   3
For more QA Concepts Interview Questions Click Here 

Copyright Policy  |  Terms of Service  |  Articles  |  Site Map  |  RSS Site Map  |  Contact Us
Copyright © 2013  All Rights Reserved.   ::