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A Practical Guide to Testing Object-Oriented Software by David A. Sykes, John D. McGregor

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A Testing Process

Given an incremental, iterative development process model, we can now sketch out a process for testing. We will defer many of the details to later chapters because basically all the information in this book belongs in the process. First, we will outline a series of issues that must be addressed to give a basic shape to the test process. Then we will consider how each development product is tested.

Planning Issues

Testing is traditionally incorporated into a development process at the point where executable code is available. Common practice is to perform a unit test on individual modules as they are developed, an integration test on subsystems as they are assembled from units and/or other subsystems, and a system test as the ...

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