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Overview

On an agile team, the tester’s role goes beyond merely testing for bugs. One of the key responsibilities of the tester is to work closely with the Product Owner, ensuring that test cases evaluate the needs outlined by the user stories. Identifying ambiguity in the user stories and developing scenarios to meet the acceptance criteria helps ensure that the development team will deliver the desired product. The tests that are developed could become part of the acceptance criteria for a story, or possibly another story in the Product Backlog.

Prompt

Part I: Initial Test Cases
Develop a detailed test case for each of the three user stories that you submitted in Module Three. Be sure to use the 
CS 250 Module Four Test Case Template Spreadsheet to complete this assignment. The first sheet of the template includes a sample test case for you to use as a guide in writing your test cases.

For each case, be sure to:

A. Include a descriptive name for each test case.

B. Identify detailed steps that will need to be taken by the user to complete the action identified in the user story.

C. Indicate clear pass/fail measures for each step.

Part II: Revising Test Cases
While developing the test cases, it is typical to find that you need more information or clarification from the Product Owner. Read a sample tester’s email to the Product Owner requesting clarifications of the user stories for the SNHU Travel project: 
CS 250 Module Four Tester Email PDF. (Note: The order of the user stories in the email may not match up with your order, but the content of the user stories should be fairly close).

Next, you will review the wireframe supplied by the Product Owner in response to this email. To do this, download the SampleSlideShow ZIP file to your computer. Right-click on the folder and select “Extract All…”. In the unzipped folder, find and run the Top Destinations Slide Show JAR file. You will notice that this wireframe is a newer “Slide Show” format, which means you will need to make adjustments to your initial test cases as the user’s actions will change.

You will add on to the same template to complete this assignment. For each case, be sure to:

A. Copy each of your original test cases into the “revised test case” sheets in the template. Preserve the same names that you used originally.

B. Revise the steps taken by the user to complete the action identified in the user story.

C. Indicate clear pass/fail measures for each revised step.

Guidelines for Submission

Submit your completed test case template for this assignment. Be sure that you have completed all three initial test cases and three revised cases for the user stories from your Module Three User Stories Assignment.

Tester Email



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Test Case Template

Test Case ID: Example #1
Test Name: Top Five Destination List Test Case
Test Owner: Tester
Test Designed Date: 1-Jan-17
Method – Automation? (Yes/No) No
Work Product: User Story #1 – Top Five Destination List
Priority (Low/Med/High): High
Pre-Conditions User on main SNHU Travel Website
Test Steps Inputs Expected Results
1. Click link titled “Top 5 Destinations”. Browser opens webpage with the title “Top 5 Destinations”.
2. Scroll up and down webpage to view each of the top 5 destinations. There are 5 total listings for the top destinations.
3. Verify the destinations are in an ordered list from 1 to 5. The order should show the top destination in spot #1 and accordingly through spot #5.
4. Verify that each destination listing has the required components. Each listing contains a picture, a short description, and a link to the top travel-package-deal booking.

Test Case #1

ID:
Name:
Owner:
Date:
Work Product:
Priority:
Pre-Conditions
Test Steps Inputs Expected Results
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Test Case #2

ID:
Name:
Owner:
Date:
Work Product:
Priority:
Pre-Conditions
Test Steps Inputs Expected Results
1.
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4.
5.

Test Case #3

ID:
Name:
Owner:
Date:
Work Product:
Priority:
Pre-Conditions
Test Steps Inputs Expected Results
1.
2.
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4.
5.

Revised Test Case #1

ID:
Name:
Owner:
Date:
Work Product:
Priority:
Pre-Conditions
Test Steps Inputs Expected Results
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Revised Test Case #2

ID:
Name:
Owner:
Date:
Work Product:
Priority:
Pre-Conditions
Test Steps Inputs Expected Results
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Revised Test Case #3

ID:
Name:
Owner:
Date:
Work Product:
Priority:
Pre-Conditions
Test Steps Inputs Expected Results
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Top Destinations Slide Show.jar

META-INF/MANIFEST.MF

Manifest-Version: 1.0
Class-Path: .
Main-Class: SlideShow

SlideShow$1.class

                    synchronized 
                    class SlideShow$1 
                    implements java.awt.event.ActionListener {
    void SlideShow$1(SlideShow);
    
                    public void 
                    actionPerformed(java.awt.event.ActionEvent);
}

                

SlideShow$2.class

                    synchronized 
                    class SlideShow$2 
                    implements java.awt.event.ActionListener {
    void SlideShow$2(SlideShow);
    
                    public void 
                    actionPerformed(java.awt.event.ActionEvent);
}

                

SlideShow$3.class

                    synchronized 
                    class SlideShow$3 
                    implements Runnable {
    void SlideShow$3();
    
                    public void 
                    run();
}

                

SlideShow.class

                    public 
                    synchronized 
                    class SlideShow 
                    extends javax.swing.JFrame {
    
                    private javax.swing.JPanel 
                    slidePane;
    
                    private javax.swing.JPanel 
                    textPane;
    
                    private javax.swing.JPanel 
                    buttonPane;
    
                    private java.awt.CardLayout 
                    card;
    
                    private java.awt.CardLayout 
                    cardText;
    
                    private javax.swing.JButton 
                    btnPrev;
    
                    private javax.swing.JButton 
                    btnNext;
    
                    private javax.swing.JLabel 
                    lblSlide;
    
                    private javax.swing.JLabel 
                    lblTextArea;
    
                    public void SlideShow() 
                    throws java.awt.HeadlessException;
    
                    private void 
                    initComponent();
    
                    private void 
                    goPrevious();
    
                    private void 
                    goNext();
    
                    private String 
                    getResizeIcon(int);
    
                    private String 
                    getTextDescription(int);
    
                    public 
                    static void 
                    main(String[]);
}

                

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