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This can be difficult to determine. Many modern software
applications are so complex, and run in such an
interdependent environment, that complete testing can never
be done. Common factors in deciding when to stop are:
• Deadlines (release deadlines, testing deadlines, etc.)
• Test cases completed with certain percentage passed
• Test budget depleted
• Coverage of code/functionality/requirements reaches a
• Bug rate falls below a certain level
• Beta or alpha testing period ends
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1)wen max bugs r fix
2)wen alocated time is up
3)wen alpha and beta teting was completed
4)wen dead lines appear
5)wen max test cases r pass e.t.c.......
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Any type of testing Activities are performed as per the Project-Test Plan in which the duration of the testing is provided ,with schedules given in the direction of Project Plan.According to that it will be stopped.Each Testing will be carried out with test specifications with when to start/stop testing along with the test cases,testing types to be performed etc..
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