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What is a dynamic test? Types, techniques and examples


Dynamic Testing

Dynamic Testing is a product testing strategy used to test the powerful way of behaving of programming code. 

The primary motivation behind powerful testing is to test programming conduct with dynamic factors or factors which are not consistent and finding feeble regions in programming runtime climate. The code should be executed to test the unique way of behaving.

What is a dynamic test? Types, techniques and examples

We as a whole realize that Testing is confirmation and approval, and it takes 2 Versus to make testing total. Out of the 2 Versus, Confirmation is known as a Static testing and the other "V", Approval is known as Unique testing.

Dynamic Testing Model

We should figure out How to do Dynamic Testing with a model:

Assume we are trying a Login Page where we have two fields say "Username" and "Secret phrase" and the Username is confined to Alphanumeric.

At the point when the client enters Username as "Guru99", the framework acknowledges something similar. Where as when the client enters as Guru99@123 then the application tosses a blunder message. This outcome shows that the code is acting progressively founded on the client input.

Dynamic testing is the point at which you are working with the real framework by giving an info and contrasting the genuine way of behaving of the application to the normal way of behaving. At the end of the day, working with the framework with the goal of tracking down blunders.

So in light of the above assertions we can say or reason that unique testing is a course of approving programming applications as an end client under various conditions to fabricate the right programming.

How does dynamic testing respond?

The principal point of the Unique tests is to guarantee that product works appropriately during and after the establishment of the product guaranteeing a steady application with next to no significant blemishes( this assertion is made in light of the fact that no product is sans mistake, testing just can show presence of deformities and not nonappearance)

The primary motivation behind the powerful test is to guarantee consistency to the product; lets talk about this with a model.

In a Financial Application, we find various screens like My Records Segment, Assets Move, Bill Pay, and so forth.. This large number of screens contain sum field which acknowledges a few characters.

Suppose My Records field shows sum as 25,000 and Assets Move as $25,000 and Bill pay screen as $25000 however the sum is something similar, how sum is shown isn't the equivalent thus making the product nonconsistent.

Consistency isn't simply restricted to the usefulness it additionally alludes to various principles like execution, ease of use, compatibity and so forth, thus it turns out to be vital to perform Dynamic Testing.

Sorts of Dynamic Testing

Dynamic Testing is arranged into two classes

  • White Box Testing
  • Discovery Testing

The underneath pictorial portrayal gives us a thought regarding sorts of Dynamic Testing, Levels of Testing, and so forth.

Allow us to examine momentarily each sort of testing and it's expected reason

  • White Box Testing - White Box Testing is a product testing strategy in which the inner construction/plan is known to the analyzer. The fundamental point of White Box testing is to mind the way that Framework is performing in view of the code. It is predominantly performed by the Designers or White Box Analyzers who has information on the programming.

  • Discovery Testing - Discovery Testing is a strategy for testing wherein the inside structure/code/plan isn't known to the analyzer. The fundamental point of this testing to confirm the usefulness of the framework under test and this kind of testing expects to execute the total test suite and is basically performed by the Analyzers, and there is no need of any programming information.

The Discovery Testing is once more arranged into two sorts.

They are

  • Utilitarian Testing
  • Non-Utilitarian Testing

Functional test:

Functional testing is conducted to verify that all the features are developed as per the functional specification, it is done by executing functional test cases written by the quality assurance team, in the functional testing phase, the system is tested by providing inputs, checking the outputs and comparing actual results with the results. expected.

There are different levels of functional tests, the most important of which are

  • Unit testing - generally a unit is a small piece of code that is testable, unit testing is done in an individual unit of the program and is done by the developers
  • Integration testing - Integration testing is the testing that is done after unit testing and is done by combining all the individual testable units and is done either by developers or testers
  • System Testing - System testing is a procedure to ascertain whether a system is operating according to the requirements and is generally performed when the complete system is ready, and performed by testers when the build or code is released to the QA team
  • Acceptance testing - Acceptance testing is performed to check whether the system has met business requirements and is ready to use or ready for deployment and is generally performed by end users.

Non-Functional Testing: Non-functional testing is a testing technique that does not focus on functional aspects and primarily focuses on non-functional features of the system such as memory leaks, performance, or system robustness. Non-functional tests are performed at all levels of testing.

There are many non-functional testing techniques, the most important of which are

  • Performance Test - Performance testing is performed to check whether the system response time is normal according to the requirements of the required network load.
  • Recovery testing - Recovery testing is a method of checking how well a system can recover from crashes and hardware failures.
  • Compatibility testing - Compatibility testing is performed to check the behavior of the system across different environments.
  • Security Testing - Security testing is performed to check the robustness of the application, i.e. to ensure that only authorized users/roles have access to the system
  • Usability testing Usability testing is a method of checking the usability of a system by end users to check how comfortable the users are with the system.

Dynamic Testing Techniques

Dynamic testing techniques in STLC consist of various tasks such as requirements analysis for tests, test planning, test case design and implementation, test environment preparation, test case execution, error reporting and finally test closing. All tasks in dynamic testing techniques depend on the completion of the previous task in the testing process.

In STLC, we can say that the actual dynamic testing process starts from the design of the test case, let's discuss each activity in detail.

Before getting into the process, let's discuss the strategy to follow for dynamic testing.

The testing strategy should focus primarily on the available resources and time frame. Depending on these factors, the test objective, test scope, testing phases or cycles, type of environment, assumptions or challenges that might be encountered, risks, etc. should be documented.

Once the strategy is defined and accepted by management, the design of the actual process test case begins

What is test design and implementation?

At this point we define,

  • Features to be tested
  • Derive test conditions
  • Derive cover elements
  • Derive test cases

environment setting test

We have to ensure that the test environment should always be the same as the production environment, at this point we have to install the construction and management of the test machines.