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Pro Project Management with SharePoint 2010 by Mark J. Collins

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Chapter 12. Reporting Defects

In this chapter you'll provide a facility for defining a test cycle, which is a set of test cases that are to be performed against a specific release. You will then use this to record the test results.

Review

In the previous chapter you defined the test cases that will be used to verify your project. This process started by defining test scenarios. Each test scenario covers a particular topic or set of interactions, without the detailed input/output specifications. A scenario is usually a short description, often just a phrase or two. By keeping these brief and at a high level, you can more easily cover the entire scope that must be tested, without getting bogged down with the details. Scenarios can be used for both ...

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