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What is Entry criteria and Exit criteria in Software Testing?

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Jennifer Patterson on August 7, 2019

The Entrance Criteria specified by the system test controller, should be fulfilled before System Test can commence. In the event, that any criterion has not been achieved, the System Test may commence if Business Team and Test Controller are in full agreement that the risk is negligible. * All developed code must be unit tested. Unit and Link Testing must be completed and signed by the development team. * System Test plans must be signed by the Business Analyst and Test Controller. * All human resources must be assigned and in place. * All test hardware and environments must be in place and free for System test use. * The Acceptance Tests must be completed, with an approval rate of not less than 80%. The Exit Criteria detailed below must be achieved before the Phase 1 software can be recommended for promotion to Operations Acceptance status. In addition, I recommend that there be a minimum 2 days effort Final Integration testing AFTER the final fix/change has been retested. * All High Priority errors from System Test must be fixed and tested If any medium or low priority errors are outstanding - the implementation risk must be signed off as acceptable by Business Analyst and Business Expert Project Integration Test must be signed off by Test Controller and Business Analyst. * Business Acceptance Test must be signed by the Business Expert. Visit it to check on the entry and exit criteria.

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