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Hi there,

Sorry to ask you this question here. But there is no section for Testing related questions so I am asking here.

I need to write a test requirement document and I am not sure what exaclty the contents should be.  

It is not the requirements for the product, as we normally do as developers.  But this is a Testing Requirements doc.  Is it a popular doc type? What should I cover in the document.  I would really appriciate your early advice.  
Thanking you,
Thanesh
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by:ssnkumar
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It will also look like any other doc related to engineering process (Like SRS, HLD, LLD etc).
So, it will contain the following headings:
1. Introduction
2. Purpose
3. Scope
4. Acronyms and Definitions
5. Requirements
6. Cross Matrix
7. Acceptance Criteria

I feel that, this should be same as SRS document. Whether it is a testing requirement or a development requirement, the fundamental thing is same - Requirement. So, this has to capture the requirements exhaustively.
So, it should be ok to put it in the SRS document only.

-ssnkumar
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by:jinumjoy
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google man.. :)
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Is there are any sample document you can point out. Like I told you, I am looking to write the Test requirement so that Project Management will know what do I need to test the product. I am not writing the product requirement so that QA team can focus on to test against that requirements..

Any help is appreciated....
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Fippy_Darkpaw earned 400 total points
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I just took a software engineering class. Here are some sample docs supposedly the way "professional IEEE engineers" do things.

IEEE Software Testing Standards:
http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~workman/cen5016/IEEE829.pdf

IEEE Software Review Standards:
http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~workman/cen5016/IEEE1028.pdf

Overview of Software Testing:
http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~workman/cen5016/Lec9-TST-Spr04.ppt

Example Software Testing Doc Utilizing IEEE Standards:
http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~workman/cen5016/Lec10-TST-IEEE829.ppt

The main page is
http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~workman/cen5016/

You should find a ton of useful stuff there.
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