Functions that a system, subsystem or component are to perform may be described in work products such as requirements specification, use cases, or a functional specification, or they may be undocumented. The functions are “what” the system does.
Functional testing is based on functions and features (described in documents or understood by the testers) and their interoperability with specific systems, and may be performed at all test levels (eg., tests for components may be based on a component specification).
Specification based techniques may be used to derive test conditions and test cases from the functionality of the software or system. Functional testing considers the external behavior of the software.
A type of functional testing, security testing, investigates the functions relating to detection of threats, such as viruses, from malicious outsiders. Another type of functional testing, interoperability testing, evaluates the capability of the software product to interact with one or more specified components or systems.
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As part of this, we will take care of:
Test Case preparation - in line with scope / requirement.
Closely work with development team to follow test planning from early stage onwards.
Coordinate between Users and Vendor for resolving technology challenges from the software development perspective.
Submission of Test Results and ensure adequate reliability.