Diffrent between Smoke and Sanity tesing?

Answers were Sorted based on User's Feedback



Diffrent between Smoke and Sanity tesing?..

Answer / tallurihareesh

SMOKE TESTING:
just before releasing the build the developpers will check
wether the build is proper or not.


SANITY TESTING:
once the build is released the testers will check wether the
build is proper for detaild testing r not.

Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 2 No

Diffrent between Smoke and Sanity tesing?..

Answer / aruna tummala

Smoke Testing:Before the build is released.whether the build is proper for detailed testing or not is called as smoke testing.
Sanity Testing:Once the build is released the test engineers will check whether the build is proper for further detailed testing or not is called as sanity testing.

Is This Answer Correct ?    1 Yes 0 No

Diffrent between Smoke and Sanity tesing?..

Answer / nilesh

Smoke Testing : To check the basic functionality of the
work product.
Sanity Testing: To check the Stability of the work product.

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 1 No

Diffrent between Smoke and Sanity tesing?..

Answer / sundar

SMOKE TESTING:
1. Checking the build for basic functionalities
2. Also called as BVT.
3. Build can be rejected

SANITY TESTING:
1. Checking the build for unwanted functionalities.
2. Also called as garbage testing.
3. Build is not rejected, rather unwanted functionalities
are removed.

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 1 No

Diffrent between Smoke and Sanity tesing?..

Answer / sj1234

smoke testing is a non-exhaustive software testing

sanity testing is testing the application to check if it is
sane enought to use b'cos it might happen that it crashes
every 5 secs.

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 2 No

Diffrent between Smoke and Sanity tesing?..

Answer / sanjana

Both these are used to check the overall stability of a
build but the main difference issmoke testing is of -ve
perception and sanity testing is of +ve perception.

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 2 No

Diffrent between Smoke and Sanity tesing?..

Answer / deep

Smoke testing is first level of testinf done near
development stage
whereas
Sanity testing is near deployment stage.

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 2 No

Post New Answer



More Manual Testing Interview Questions

there are 100 test cases. and u got a bug at 85th test cases. u reported it to dev and dev fixed that bug. when u r doing regression testing from whic test case u'll do tetsing?? will start from 85 th test case are u'll execute 100 test cases??

15 Answers   IBM,


what is jvm in java

2 Answers   Syntel,


Hi i am looking for Test Engineer Job, i have done the course, but i don't have work experience on it, Is it So important to have real time Exp or knowledge is enough? and please let me know like how i can improve for the interview. You can send me a mail on this id: rashmi_vastred@yahoo.co.in

0 Answers  


wht is the diff bt patch, build and version?.developer will send to test weather patch or build to tester?

5 Answers  


what are the QA process u r following in your cmmi level 5 company

1 Answers   Zensar,






suppose the product/appication has to deliver to client at 5.00PM,At that time you or your team member caught a high severity defect at 3PM.(Remember defect is high severity) But the the client is cannot wait for long time.You should deliver the product at 5.00Pm exactly.then what is the procedure you follow?

6 Answers   DVH, Verizon,


If any customer will raise the change request, it falls under developer part or QA part?

1 Answers  


What is the difference between Functional test cases and UAT test cases?

2 Answers   IBM,


in your currency project architecture?

1 Answers  


Where do you get your expected results?

7 Answers  


hi iam suma i completed my btech and search job in testingtools, i don't any real time experiance can any one post me real time srs doc and tracebulity matrix related to banking projects to this e-mailid ch_sumathi2004@yahoo.co.in

2 Answers  


IS Mutation testin and error seeding the same....if not can anyone tell me the difference???

2 Answers  






Categories