What is a Regression testing? And do you follow that in
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Answer / nandan kumar
Regression testing is a type of testing in which, one will
perfom testing on already tested functionality again and
We generally do it 2 Scenarios
1. When ever we raise the defects to developers team and
next build is released, we will test the defect
functionality as well as related functionalities once again.
2. When ever we added new features to the application, and
next build is released, then all the related features of
those new features will be tested.
There are almost 22 types of testing..among any type of
testing can be fall under regression or re-testing..either
this or that.
Normally Regression testing will be starts from 2nd build
and continuoes upto the last build.
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Answer / priya
Regression testing is any type of software testing that
seeks to uncover software errors by partially retesting a
modified program. The intent of regression testing is to
provide a general assurance that no additional errors were
introduced in the process of fixing other problems.
Regression testing is commonly used to efficiently test the
system by systematically selecting the appropriate minimum
suite of tests needed to adequately cover the affected
it is done under follwing conditions
1. New enhancement
2. Issues fixing time
3. At the time of Removing application
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Answer / saff
regression testing is to check whether the fixed bug has
any side effects
yeh we follow it in my project by executing the test suite
and writing partial test cases baed on tracbility and
analysis techiniques and businnes risk
bets testing pilot testing and parallel testing
and testing mew features in a release to accidentall test
the old features
and using automation tool
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Answer / aaa
Regression testing means to check whether any other
modules/functionality affected due to defect fixes/new
development/change in requirements.
Regression testing will happen from below conditions,
When we get new build to test the application with some bug
When we get new build with enhancements or change in
Yes, we are doing regression testing in our application
prior releasing o the client.
we are preparing regression test cases to execute while
doing regression testing to make sure that application is
regressed completed with test coverage.
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Answer / aarthi
Testing to ensure that no additional errors were introduced
in the process of fixing other problems
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Answer / subhash ingale
“It is type of testing in which one will
perform testing on the already testing functionality again
Usually this type of testing done in to synours
1. whenever the test engineer identified the defects,
send it to the development department, after rectification
the developer will release the next build , once the next
build is released the test engineer will check whether the
defect functionality as well as the related functionality
2. Whenever some new features added that application,
next build is released is the testing department then the
test engineer will check all the related features of those
new features once again
Note: Testing the new features for the first time not-
Random testing also falls under regression testing.
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Answer / n@n!
Regression testing: testing the core functionalities and
dependency variables in the application is called
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