Smoke Testing

Smoke Testing This type of testing is also called sanity testing Smoke Testing is done in order to check if the application is ready for further major testing and is working properly without failing up to least expected level. A test of new or repaired equipment by turning it on. If it smokes… guess what… it doesn’t work! The term also refers to testing the basic functions of software. The term was originally coined in the manufacture of containers and pipes, where smoke was introduced to determine if there were any leaks. A common practice at Microsoft and some other shrink-wrap software companies is the “daily build and smoke test” process. Every file is compiled, linked, and combined into an executable program every day, and the program is then put through a “smoke test,” a relatively simple check to see whether the product “smokes” when it runs.
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