Invensis’ experienced testing team can carry out different kinds of database testing which targets different aspects of database structure and function. These include:
1.Black Box Testing:
In this, our testers will check the interfaces and integration of the database to check the functionality of the database.
2. White Box Testing:
In this, our testers will evaluate the integrity of the internal structure of the database. This includes:
At Invensis, we follow a sequential process of database testing, starting from the user interface layer, moving through the business layer and the critically important data access layer and then moving on finally to the database.
1. User Requirement Analysis:
Our testing team will determine the requirements for testing, following consultation with our client developers. They will determine the scope of the testing and the test objectives.
2. Cleaning up the database:
In this, the database is emptied in preparation for testing
3. Set Fixture:
The initial status of the database is determined. Tools will be used to iterate the fixtures and do insertions into the database.
4. Creating Tests:
The tests are created using SQL queries. Our testers possess considerable knowledge of SQL and DML and deep understanding of the internal structure of AUT to devise accurate queries for efficient testing. SQL queries can also be obtained from the developer side to ensure that it is aligned.
5. Test Run:
Tests are carried out on defined test cases
6. Test Result Verification:
Our testers would then verify the results using the database tables
7. Tear down process:
This is carried out if the outcome is in line with expected outcomes; else testing is reinitiated
Some of the useful database testing tools used in our testing include SQL server 2014 (Visual Studio), Oracle’s SQL developer, SQL server for database testing, TOAD, DB visualizer, SQL Lite etc.
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