Sunday, March 25, 2012

Difference between Smoke Testing and Sanity Testing.

No Smoke Testing Sanity Testing
1 It's useful to check the stability of the system It's useful to check the rationality of the system
2 It’s shallow and wide approach It's narrow approach
3 It's check the all areas of the application without getting into deep It's focus on the one or few areas of the application
4 It's designed to touch every part of the application that 's cursory way It's use to determine small section of the application to check is it working after changes
5 It's performed to check critical functionality of the program working fine It’s performed to check any minor changes and added new functionality
6 It is also called as build verification test It's also called as Tester acceptance testing
7 It's scripted It's unscripted

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