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Manual-Testing - What is the difference between V model and Waterfall model used in SDLC?




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asked mar August 3, 2014 08:03 AM  

What is the difference between V model and Waterfall model used in SDLC?


           

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answered By shyam   0  

                    &nb sp;    Waterfall Model

                    &nb sp;            V-Model

It includes all phases of SDLC but the drawback is once requirement made freezed it cannot be changed.

 

In this model all phases will be done correspondingly development and testing.

 

Waterfall Model the tester role will take place only in the test phase

 

V-Model role will take place in the requirement phase itself

 

Waterfall model is a fixed process it can't make any changes in the requirement or in any phase.

 

V-Model can make any changes in the requirements. V-model is the simultaneous process but it is not in case of water fall model

 

waterfall model used only the requirements are fixed.

 

 

V-model can be used for the any type of requirement (Uncertain requirement).

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