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Checklist for beginning your test effort (The Pragmatic Testing)

On October 17, 2011, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing
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Originally posted on SQABlogs.com { 04:19, 2007-Oct-15 } { Posted in Software Testing }

This is one of the checklists that I used during testing of one of my assignments. It proved quite useful for me and the project. I do not think it is a copyright material so you can use it whenever you want to. You may also modified as per your needs.
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Project Completion Activities

Status
Remarks
1.      
Requirement Documents available
2.      
Test Schedule, Test Conditions, Test Cases created / reviewed and available in Shared Server/ Test Management Tool like QC
3.      
All the review defects are closed
4.      
Test environment ready and smoke tested
5.      
Test Strategy / Test Plan Complete, reviewed & signed off
6.      
Test reporting and tracking sheets defined and updated with changes necessary during functional testing
7.      
All functional test resources identified (e.g. the Test Executors)
8.      
All test resources have been adequately trained to execute tests
9.      
Smoke test activity with covered areas clearly Planned
10.  
Regression test activity with covered areas clearly Planned
11.  
QA summary report prepared
 

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