IEEE Std 829:1998 pdf free download

IEEE Std 829:1998 pdf free download

IEEE Std 829:1998 pdf free download.IEEE Standard for Software Test Documentation.
Identify and briefly describe the items and features to be exercised by this test case.
For each item, consider supplying references to the following test item documentation:
a) Requirements specification;
b) Design specification:
C) Users guide;
d) Operations guide:
e) Installation guide.
6.2.3 Input specifications
Specify each input required to execute the test case. Some of the inputs will be specified by value (with tolerances where appropriate), while others, such a.s constant tables or transaction files, will be specified by name. Identify all appropriate databases, files, terminal messages, memory resident areas, and values passed by the operating system.
Specify all required relationships between inputs (e.g.. timing).
6.2.4 Output specifications
Specift all of the outputs and features (e.g.. resixnse time) required of the test items. Provide the exact value (with tolerances where appropriate) for each required output or fiature,
6.2.5 Environmental needs Hardware
Specify the characteristics and configurations of the hardware required to execute this test case (e.g.. 132 character x 24 line CRT), Software
Specify the system and application software required to execute this test case. This may include system software such as operating systems, compilers. simulators, and test tools. In addition, the test item may interact with application software. Other
Specify any other requirements such as unique facility needs or specially trained personnel.
6.2.6 Special procedural requirements
Describe any special constrainis on the test procedures that execute this test case. These constraints may involve special set up. operator intervention, output determination procedures, and special wrap up.
6.2.7 Intercase dependencies
List the identifiers of test cases that must he executed prior to this test case. Summarize the nature of the dependencies.
The sections shall be ordered in the specified sequence. Additional sections may be included at the end. If some or all of the content of a section is in another document, then a reference to that material may be listed in place of the corresponding content. The referenced material must be attached to the test log or available to users of the log.
Details on the content of each section are contained in the following subelauses.
9.2.1 Test log Identifier
Specify the unique identifier assigned to this test log.
9.2.2 Description
Information that applies to all entries in the log except a.s specifically noted in a log entry should be included here. The following information should be considered:
a) Identify the items being tested including their version/revision levels. For each of these items, supply a reference to its transmittal report. if it exists.
b) Identify the attributes of the environments in which the testing is conducted. Include facility identification, hardware being used (e.g.. amount of memory being used. CPU model number, and number and model of tape driwes. and/or mass storage devices), system software used, and resources available (e.g.. the amount of nwmory available).
9.2.3 Activity and event entries
For each cvcnt. including the beginning and end of activities, record the occurrence date and time along with the identity of the author.