User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is a process to obtain confirmation that a system meets mutually agreed-upon requirements.
Alpha Testing & Beta Testing are not part of UAT.
Three major objectives of acceptance testing:
A) Confirm that the system meets the agreed upon criteria
B) Identify and resolve discrepancies, if there is any
C) Determine the readiness of the system for cut-over to live operations
D) Making sure that the critical module is bug free
The acceptance test engineer may create an ............. document to communicate the deficiency in the acceptance to the supplier.
A) Acceptance Caution Change (ACC)
B) Acceptance Test Change (ATC)
C) Acceptance Criteria Change (ACC)
D) Acceptance Execute Change (AEC)
Acceptance tests, also known as, customer tests and functional tests, validate the customer's view of the application. They are distinct from unit tests, which validate the programmer's view of the software internals.
Accountability for software acceptance does not belong to the customer or user of the software.
Acceptance testing and System testing is one and the same thing.
The user must assign the criteria the software must meet to be deemed acceptable. Ideally, this is included in the ........
A) software requirements specifications
B) Project Plan
C) Use Cases
D) Both A & B
Acceptance tests are written by the customers, with assistance from developers/testers only when requested.
Acceptance test plan must include an explanation of how defined quality factors or objectives of acceptance testing activities will be achieved, during acceptance testing.
It is usually not possible to do exhaustive acceptance testing but it is limited to sampling and governed by the sampling errors.
Acceptance testing may happen at any phase of development in Waterfall model.
1)a, 2)b, 3) a,b,c 4) c, 5)a, 6) b, 7)b, 8) a, 9)a, 10) a, 11)a, 12) b