How To Report Bugs Effectively-ghost observer

Software Cigniti is a pure play, Independent Software Testing Services .pany and is publicly listed. Over the last 14 years Cigniti has worked with .panies in the US, India, London and Colombiato deliver quality software using its proprietary PREDICT QUALITY test methodology and test advisory services. Cigniti offers performance testing, test automation, core testing, mobile testing, .patibility testing, functional testing service, security testing and test consulting services. A software bug is the .mon term used to describe an error, flaw, mistake, failure, or fault in a .puter program or system that produces an incorrect or unexpected result, or causes it to behave in unintended ways. Most bugs arise from mistakes and errors made by people in either a program’s source code or its design, and a few are caused by .pilers producing incorrect code. Reports detailing bugs in a program are .monly known as bug reports, fault reports, problem reports, trouble reports, change requests, and so forth. – Wikipedia There might be many fields (information) that need to be filled while reporting a bug. The number of fields, mandatory fields, optional fields etc. differs from team to team. But a few bare minimum fields that are required during reporting a bug in almost all teams are as follows: a.Title b.Description c.Steps to Repro d.Expectation e.Severity / Priority Most of the time, testers try to provide information in a hurry, without providing sufficient / relevant details to stakeholders. Before we understand how to report bugs effectively, it is important to know the answers to the following questions a.Why testers report bugs? b.Who are these stakeholders? Why testers report bugs? -Testers report bugs so that it is not found / reported by end users and by doing this testers make end users happy, which in return helps business. -Testers report bugs so that the cost to the .pany can be reduced by increasing the throughput or decreasing the resource utilization. So, in other words testers report bugs for minimizing impact on users / business due to fault present in the system / application. Who are these stakeholders? Stakeholders who are most interested in knowing about the presence of a bug are Developers and Project Managers. Developers are the one who are responsible for fixing the fault in the application and Project Managers are the one who decides on priority of fixing the fault. About the Author: has deep expertise and proprietary frameworks to accelerate testing for improved time to market for its clients. Its state of the art tool and technology agnostic test labs offers on demand access for key services such as core testing, test automation, performance testing, mobile testing, robotics testing and security testing. Article Published On: 相关的主题文章: