what is difference b/t severity and priority
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Answer / rajesh ramesh
Priority means important to the defect with respective
client requirement and severity means seriousness of the
defect with respect to the funcionality.
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Answer / krishnakumar
priority is with respect to the user and severity is with
respect to functionality.
Eg in Google search, if the web page instead of "google"
shows "googl" ("e" missing), this has less to do with
respect to functionality. But as num of user visiting the
site is high and will notice this, this is high priority but
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Answer / sapna
Priority impact on the bussiness and severity impact on the
functionality of the product.
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Answer / shwetha
severity is nothing but importance given to fix the bug...
priority impact on the business....
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