Chapter 21

Conduct Acceptance Testing

Acceptance testing is a user-run test that demonstrates the application’s ability to meet the original business objectives and system requirements, and usually consists of a subset of system tests (see Figure 21.1). It includes discussions on how to prepare for the acceptance tests, design and script them, execute them, and report anomalies discovered during the test.

Step 1: Complete Acceptance Test Planning

Task 1: Finalize the Acceptance Test Types

In this task, the initial acceptance testing type list is refined, and the actual tests to be performed are selected.

Acceptance testing is an optional user-run test that demonstrates the ability of the application to meet the user’s requirements. The motivation ...

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