What is difference between Smoke&Sanitary Testing?
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Answer / nitin verma hcl
Smoke Testing:- When a build is received, a smoke test is
run to ascertain if the build is stable and it can be
considered for further testing. Smoke testing can be done
for testing the stability of any interim build. Smoke
testing can be executed for platform qualification tests.
Smoke testing can be done for testing the stability of any
interim build. Smoke testing is done by developers before
the build is released or by testers before accepting a build
for further testing.
Sanity testing:- Once a new build is obtained with minor
revisions, instead of doing a through regression, a sanity
is performed so as to ascertain the build has indeed
rectified the issues and no further issue has been
introduced by the fixes. Its generally a subset of
regression testing and a group of test cases are executed
that are related with the changes made to the application.
Plz correct me if i m wrong..
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Answer / ravindhar
Smoke testing is to find out the 'Testability' of the build
by ensuring the crucial functionalities of the application
have been delivered. This will done once build released to
Sanity testing: It is cursory testing, can be done any time
to ensure that application is working properly. mainly
focus on GUI checking, database connectivity, printer
So both are have their own nature.
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Answer / sunil reddy
Both are validating 4 whether basic functionality of build
is stable or not for further testing
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Answer / sharman
Thousand mind, mounth and million different thoughts....
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Smoke testing is done whenver a new build comes to TCOE
team.if the smoke test pass then only teasting team proceds
for further testing i.e. basic testing done by the testing
Sanity Testing:the world sanity means FRIEND whenever the
developer develops any code he do the testing by
himself.but he is not sure for what he coded so he colegie
i.e. friend developer do the testing of that code is called
sanity. actully sanity testing done by the development team.
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Answer / shrish mahajan
The testing process in which we execute maximum number of test cases with minimum number of test data to ensure the system is ready for testing and is stable. It is done by Testers. A smoke testing is just a cursory examination of all the basic components of a s/w under test to ensure that they work.
The testing process in which we execute maximum number of test cases with minimum number of test data to ensure that system is ready to deploy in the production environment. It is done by the Business Analysts.
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Answer / sriram
Sanity testing is nothing but Bredth level testing that
means we will touch all the functionalities we will not go
into deep, where as Smoke testing is depth testing we will
go in deep to test each and everything w.r.t the
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Answer / sudhir
Sanity Test:Every time when a new build comes to the
testing team then firstly sanity testing is done.Sanity
consists of testing the basic functionalities of the
application.Now if any major issue is reported then the
build is rejected and sanity fails.
Now in the next build the testing is done on the reported
issue and other features are smoked out.This is smoke
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Answer / selvaa
Sanity : first conduct the sanity testing,then only go to
further testing,its means to check the basic
Smoke: its final testing,the particular build is going to
realease,if its capable of live environment....
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