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6 thoughts on “Manual Testing : Different Types Of Testing Discussion 6

  • Olubunmi Ogunsola

    1.Sanity testing is to determine if bugs have been fixed while smoke testing is done to make sure the functionality of the program are working.
    2.Sanity testing is performed by testers and smoke testing is done by developers
    3. Smoke testing is documented and sanity testing is not documented or scripted
    4. Smoke testing is a general test, but sanity is looking for specific things
    5. Smoke testing is to ensure the stability of the system to allow for harder testing and sanity is to verify rationality of the system

    – Tomiwa

  • collins

    Sanity testing- is performed by testers
    a subset of acceptance testing
    to check the new functionality
    is like a specialized health check up
    is usually not documented

    Smoke testing is used to discover the critical functionalist of the program
    this testing is performed by the developers a subset of regression testing
    is usually documented
    like a general health check up

  • Jomon Elengical

    a. Smoke testing tests the stability of the system whereas sanity testing tests the reliability of the system.
    b. Smoke testing is a subset of regression testing and is done by the developer whereas sanity testing is a subset of acceptance testing and is done by the tester.
    c. Smoke testing is done to determine that the critical functionalities of the program are working fine whereas sanity testing is done to check the new functionality after bugs have been fixed.
    d. Smoke testing exercises the entire system from end to end where as sanity testing tests only the particular component of the entire system.
    e. Smoke testing is usually documented or scripted whereas sanity testing is not documented and is unscripted.
    – jyothi

  • Jomon Elengical

    a. Smoke testing tests the stability of the system whereas sanity testing tests the reliability of the system.
    b. Smoke testing is a subset of regression testing and is done by the developer whereas sanity testing is a subset of acceptance testing and is done by the tester.
    c. Smoke testing is done to determine that the critical functionalities of the program are working fine whereas sanity testing is done to check the new functionality after bugs have been fixed.
    d. Smoke testing exercises the entire system from end to end where as sanity testing tests only the particular component of the entire system.
    e. Smoke testing is usually documented or scripted whereas sanity testing is not documented and is unscripted.
    – jyothi

  • Pamela halbhavi

    1.Smoke testing is done to check the critical functionalities of the program are working fine whereas sanity testing is done to check the new functionality / bugs have been fixed.
    2.Smoke testing is done to verify the stability of the system whereas the sanity is performed to verify the rationality of the system.
    3.Smoke testing is done either by testers or developers whereas sanity testing is done by the testers.
    4.Smoke testing is the subset of the Regression testing whereas the sanity testing is the subset of Acceptance testing.
    5.Smoke testing is usually documented or scripted where as sanity testing is not documented and is unscripted.

  • Solomon Ayanaw Habtu

    Smoke testing checks the entire health of the system before going to specific and different testes like system runs, interface reacts well or not. Sanity testing is to check the specific health of new functionality or bug fixes.

    Smoke test done by testers and it is part of acceptance testing, whereas sanity testing is mostly done by developer and it is part of regression testing.

    Smoke testing is well documented where as sanity testing is not documented.

    Smoke testing is just end to end of the overall system, where as sanity is on specific part of the entire system.

    Smoke testing checks the stability of the system whereas sanity test checks the reliability of the system change.

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