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Manual-Testing - Explain the differences between White-box, Gray-box, and Black-box testing.




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asked mar August 18, 2014 11:32 PM  

Explain the differences between White-box, Gray-box, and Black-box testing.


           

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answered By kpreeti2011   0  

White Box

Gray Box

Black Box

Tester has full knowledge of the Internal workings of the application

Somewhat knowledge of the internal workings are known

The Internal Workings of an application are not required to be known

Also known as clear box testing, structural testing or code based testing

Another term for grey box testing is translucent testing as the tester has limited knowledge of the insides of the application

Also known as closed box testing, data driven testing and functional testing

Normally done by testers and developers

Performed by end users and also by testers and developers

Performed by end users and also by testers and developers

Internal workings are fully known and the tester can design test data accordingly

Testing is done on the basis of high level database diagrams and data flow diagrams

Testing is based on external expectations - Internal behavior of the application is unknown

The most exhaustive and time consuming type of testing

Partly time consuming and exhaustive

This is the least time consuming and exhaustive

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