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difference between manual testing and automation testing

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / ss

manual testing : In manual testing u test each field in the
application by entering multiple sets of data manually.It
is a time taking process.

Automation testing : In AT u test the application with a
software tool such as QTP etc without manual intervention.

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / ravi

MANUAL TESTING: Testing an application without taking the
help of any automated tool such as winrunner, load runner,
QTP etc.,, It takes more time. Much of human effort is
required. Can't test the application throughly before the
release. Takes much time for regression testing.

AUTOMATION TESTING: Testing an application with an help of
some automation tool like winrunner, loadrunner, QTP etc.,
Runs test fast than human resources, can test application
before its release. You can repeat the scripts N-number of
times.

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / sm

Manual testing:Manual testing is nothing but the execution
of test cases manually and identifying the defects present
in the AUT.In this we are executing the steps manually in
manual testing

Automation Testing:Executing the test cases with help of
automation tools like winrunner,qtp,load runner etc to
identify the defects present in the AUT(in automation
testing we are executing the test cases by recording the
steps to be executed with the help of tools)

and one more difference is manual testing is more time
consuming where as automation testing is very less time
consuming and its a 24*7 play

for manual testing human being presence is mandatory where
as for automation testing presence of human being is not
mandatory(optional)

Regards
Sm

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / sampathi

MANUAL TESTING:
tester conduct any testing on application build without
using any tool.
AUTOMATION TESTING:
If any testing tool is used then it is called automation.

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / surya

Manual testing: Tester will test, each test inputs
separately in the application,without using any tools,which
is a time consuming process,time consumtion is high.

Automation testing:Tool will give, multiple test inputs
sequentially with the help of data driver wizard.time
comsumption is low

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / rajeshwarrao

A tester conducts any test on application without using any
tetsing tool is called manual testing.

A tester conducts any test on application with the help of
testing tool is called as automation testing.

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / jp

Manual : It is done with out any help of the Software i,e.
Test engineer directly test the application. In Manual
testing we can Perform 100% job but, we couldn't assure the
quality.The main thing is its not expensive.

Automation: It is done with the help of the Software(tools.
In Automation testing we can't Perform 100% job but, we can
assure the quality. It is highly expensive compare to the
Manual..

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / raju

Hi,

In Automation testing we can't Perform 100% job but, we can
assure the quality. then Why automation Testing is useful.

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / krithiga

In manual testing we can't do batch testing. But in
automation testing we can do multiple types of batch
testing.

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difference between manual testing and automation testing..

Answer / deepak yadav

Manual testing: Manual testing is require a human input and analysis.Its a time taking process.In manual testing test case are execute one by one.

Automation testing : Testing the software with the help of some tools just like QTP, QC . In Automation testing Many test cases are execute are in same time .Its a time consuming process.

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