Severity level: The degree of impact the issue or problem has on the project. Severity 1 usually means the highest level requiring immediate attention. Severity 5 usually represents a documentation defect of minimal impact.
Critical: the software will not run High: unexpected fatal errors (includes crashes and data corruption) Medium: a feature is malfunctioning Low: a cosmetic issue
High: A major issue where a large piece of functionality or major system component is completely broken. There is no workaround and testing cannot continue. Medium: A major issue where a large piece of functionality or major system component is not working properly. There is a workaround, however, and testing can continue. Low: A minor issue that imposes some loss of functionality, but for which there is an acceptable and easily reproducible workaround. Testing can proceed without interruption.
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