What is Interoperability Testing?
What is Risk Based Testing?
Interoperability Testing is the ability to test
functionality on different platforms
eg: Consider requirement "System shall have the ability to
read input which comes from different OS"
If we are able to test this requirement on different OS,we
are achieving Interoperability.
Risk Based Testing.
In the Risk based testing we prioritize the testing based on
likely hood of failure functionality.
Risk based testing is chosen when there is a lack of time.
Here we are not considering the features to test which are
Expected to behave in proper.
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