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  Asked By: Jaxson    Date: Mar 18    Category: Java    Views: 983

I want to implement a process for software testing for my company as part of the RUP methodology. We need to implement a process based on the RUP (that is an iterative approach) and we need to generate main artifacts like test plan, test case and test suite...
If you have experience in this field, please help me :
- To find right resources(Books, Articles,...) regarding the test process in the RUP.
- To find good open source tools(Or even non open source) to help me in the whole process or part of it (Right now we use Bugzilla for bug tracking).



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Answer #1    Answered By: Eileen Carr     Answered On: Mar 18

This might vary depending on the team size, you have to implement  the process  yourself. software  will grow with small features and for quality assurance it goes through different test  cycles. Developement team will implement a set of test cases in the format of test plan and will run the test suite  on the feature. Once dev is happy with the functionality test the software will be handed over to test depts. They will have the same story with different view points such as performance and capacity testing, integration testing  and functionality testing. If any problems found during either of the phases it will be reviewed and reported to dev or other depts - depending on the nature of the problem. This cycle will be repeated per feature. the internals of this depends on yourself as how you develop this. what tools you use or what tracking  system is good, is up to yourself and is not that important, all that matters is how well you capture all possible tests to run.

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