do a new defect is required to log for slight variation in steps on defect
retest or the defect can be re open

do a new defect is required to log for slight variation in steps on defect retest or the defect ca..

Answer / naveen

if you are using the HP QC tool for testing purpose, and if
the newly found defect is somewhat similar to a closed
defect,then you can reopen the defect by adding appropriate
comments in the comments section

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