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Program Testing Methodology Part Two: Running Tests and Getting Approval
After testing procedures have been created and the type of test data has been determined, link or string testing, and system testing must be executed to ensure
Testing Methodology Part Two: Running Tests and Getting Approval Introduction Before any system can be completely implemented on a production computer, analysts and programmers working on the system must be able to unequivocally state that the programs work exactly as they were designed to work and that any errors or mistakes found in data processed by the system will be handled properly. Programming testing methodology should accommodate any scheduling slippage that may result from the test results.
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