Published on Aug 18, 2021 |
A TEST PLAN is a document describing software testing scope and activities. It is the basis for formally testing any software/product in a project.
Test Plan Identifier:
Features to be Tested:
Features Not to Be Tested:
Item Pass/Fail Criteria:
Suspension Criteria and Resumption Requirements:
link to the detailed schedule.
Staffing and Training Needs:
Assumptions and Dependencies:
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