what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?




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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / jessica

Stub is a part of Intgeration Testing
Intergration Testing

1>Top down-Use stubs to test the module
Stub is a dummy module replaced in order to test the main
module so that we are sure that the integration between
both the modules works fine

2>Bottom Up-- Use driver to test the module
the test data is sent to main module thru the drivers(also
called Test Harness)

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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / arif

A temporary implementation of part of a program for
debugging purposes.

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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / kayessor

stub is a dummy program or component, the code is not ready
for testing,its used for testing...

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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / veevee

Stub is nothing but programs when invoked by a other code
segments it simulates as designed module functions which is
yet to be constructed

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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / charan

Its temparory program,stubs have called programs.

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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / sunitha.heartcom inc

stub is also include in Integration testing.
topdown & bottom up approch are included in Integration
testing
topdown testing means It test to top module to sub module
of the module .some times the developer has till not
developed to the main module that time the temparary module
is created that temparary module called "stub"
Bottom Up testing:It test to bottom to top means sub module
to main module some times the submodule is till not
developed that module is called driver

If any mistakes is thr please excuse

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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / mohana

Stub is a dummy program or component,it is used when the
code is not ready for testing.
It is only used for testing
Stub is used in Intgeration Testing ie Top down Integration
Testing

Top Down Testing:- It begins by testing the top level
module and progressively adds in lower level module one by
one. Some times the developer has till not developed the
main module, At that time the temparary module
is created that temparary module called "stub"

Stubs are not required in Bottoms up Integration Testing

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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / raghu

A dummy module is created in order to integrate modules of
an application and can be tested for the convinience of the
testers.
This is done usually in TOP down approach.

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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / raj pavan

STUB:-
While integrating the modules in TOP DOWN APPROACH if at all any mandatory module is missing then that module is replaced with a temporary program is know as STUB

DRIVER:-
While integrating the module in BOTTOM UP APPROACH if at all any mandatory module is missing then that module can be replace with a temporary program is know as DRIVER

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what is stub?Explain in testing point of view?..

Answer / jaya

In Large Projects Development and Testing has
to be done simultaneously, so we need not wait
for all modules. Stubs are used in one such integration
testing known as Top Down integration testing,in
which Top modules are ready the bottom are stimulated by
stubs, stubs are nothing but prototype of a function
without any code.

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