If you have 2 versions of a software (v1.0 & v1.1) and you
are testing v1.0. How do you confirm that the defects found
in v1.0 have been fixed and have not migrated to v1.1 ?
Answers were Sorted based on User's Feedback
Answer / yadu
It is not possible to confirm 100% that no defect is
migrated to the next version. If we could confirm means we
are saying that pre-version is 100% bug free. But testing
never confirms any product as bugfree, it only shows the
presence of bugs and increases the quality of the software
by getting these bugs resolved.
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Answer / sheshanth
Check The Defect is closed in the Version v1.0.
IF the issue is closed in version v1.0 then
The issue has not migrated to the version v1.1.
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Answer / vivek ranjan
We can find out the details with the help of Test Coverage Report/Metrics.
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