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1. Test Spec :
a.Explains the scope.
b.Defines how the testing should be approached.
c.It covers all the environment aspects : How to set up & start the tests.
d.Pointers to all the resources & links.
e.A link to test cases template
2. Test cases template Doc:
a.Testing team takes care of filling up this template.
b.Referring the Requirement doc & all the resources given to them for grasping the product.
c.They generate the whole test cases.
There are some confusion in team asking why we need two docs?
Does combining these two would make sense?
Our service provider send us mail(in Japanese) that our fire alarms lifetime has expired, they need to do some service. To get the service, I will have to install a mobile app. And through mobile app I will have to send an email to schedule. All was good until I ran the software and advertisement start to pop, advertisement that I can't avoid. Well, I am paying for their service, I don't want to see advertisement. I call them and refuse to use the app, they said they will call me back and never got a phone call from them. I don't know how to retaliate. And it is making elephanting! angry!
I do not fear of failure. I fear of giving up out of frustration.
Still in Darwin? Or are you moving back down South?
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