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This is a test suite for
manual system testing. It is just one activity in the overall QA plan
. A test case suite is simply a table
of contents for the individual test cases. Organizing the suite of
test cases by priority, functional area, actor, business object, or
release can help identify parts of the system that need additional
TODO: Before writing individual test cases, list the test cases
that you think you will need. Organize them in a way that will
purposely leave visible blanks on this page if you are missing use
cases. Choose one or more of the organizations show below.
TIP: Refer back to your use cases
document. Use them for ideas and make sure that you cover all of
them. Remember that test cases are more precise than use cases,
test cases should reference specific details of your implementation,
and there may be several test cases for a given use case.
TIP: The test case suite can be organized into nested lists
according to other coverage criteria, e.g., by actor. Or, it can be
organized into tables that consider two aspects at a time, e.g.,
business objects vs. actor. If a certain section of the tree or
table does not need test cases, explicitly mark it "N/A".
Otherwise, if a section needs more test cases than you have written yet,
mark it "TODO". If one cell or list item contains many tests, break
that section out into its own table, as done for the enrollment
Test Cases by Business Object and Operation
Test Cases for Enrolling in Courses
Test Cases by Feature Priority
TODO: Use this outline to make sure that high priority features are
adequately tested. List features by priority, and then list the test
cases for each feature. If a feature needs more test cases, note
that with "TODO".
Test Cases by Use Case Priority
TODO: Use this outline to make sure that high priority use cases are
adequately tested. List use cases by priority, and then list the
test cases for each use case. If a use case needs more test cases,
note that with "TODO".