What is a Test Protocol?
A test protocol is essentially a plan that details how testing will be conducted.
The purpose of a testing protocol is to ensure that all testing is conducted consistently and reliably.
By having a testing protocol in place the same process can be followed by different people and this reduces the likelihood of human error.
A test protocol should be created before testing begins and should be followed throughout the entire testing process.
What is a Testing Protocol Checklist?
A testing protocol checklist is a document that lists the steps involved in testing a product or service. It is used to ensure that all necessary tests are performed and that the results are accurately recorded.
A testing protocol checklist can be used for any type of testing and should be created before testing begins and should be followed throughout the entire testing process.
Contents of this Testing Protocol Checklist
This checklist has provisions for determining the impact of changing a design and the management process:
- Name and date.
- Product or service.
- Function test protocol number.
- Test plan or standard protocol item name.
- Automated tests/software testing.
- Pass or fail.
- Date for review.
Why Choose to Buy this Testing Protocol Checklist?
- This 1-page checklist can assist you evaluate your defined requirements and reporting guidelines for a product or service.
After purchasing this checklist you will be able to:
- Very easily edit and customise the template to create your own testing checklist.
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- Use it in any industry or sector regardless of size or type of organization.
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