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This paper will propose a testing strategy for Internet E-Commerce applications and assess its strengths and weaknesses. The testing strategy mainly focuses on the testing of the web components

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  • Submitted: 05/04/2006
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University Degree Computer Science

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Comp546 Software Quality Assurance

Group Project

Testing Strategy for Internet Applications

Table of Content

1. Introduction ..................................................................... 1

2. Types of Web Applications .................................................... 1

2.1 Internet Presence

2.2 Internet e-commerce

2.3 Intranet

2.4 Extranet

2.5 Internet media distribution

2.6 Non-Internet media distribution

2.7 Non-Internet application

2.8 Focus of this paper

3. Differences between Web and Traditional Client-Server Systems ....... 3

3.1 Client-Side Applications

3.2 Server-Based Applications

3.3 Web Systems

3.3 Interoperability Issues

3.5 Piggyback Off Existing Systems

3.6 Gray Box Testing

4. Key areas of Focus for web application testing ............................. 7

4.1 People

4.2 Tools

4.3 Process

4.4 Environment

5. Detailed Testing Process ....................................................... 7

6. Web Testing Key Challenges .................................................. 9

6.1 Scalability and performance

6.2 Time to market

6.3 Usability Test

6.4 High demand for regression testing

6.5 Other factors

7. Testing methods ................................................................. 10

7.1 Seven Categories of Tests

7.2 Test types for Static/Dynamic, Automatic/Manual

7.3 Static Testing

7.4 Web Page Integration testing

7.5

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