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What is Domain Testing?

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posted Jan 10 by Arun

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Domain Testing is a type of Functional Testing which tests the application by giving inputs and evaluating its appropriate outputs. It is a software testing technique in which the output of a system has to be tested with a minimum number of inputs in such a case to ensure that the system does not accept invalid and out of range input values.

One of the most important White Box Testing methods is domain testing. The main goal of the Domain testing is to check whether the system accepts the input within the acceptable range and delivers the required output. Also, it verifies the system should not accept the inputs, conditions, and indices outside the specified or valid range.

Domain testing is different from domain-specific knowledge you need to test a software system.

answer Jan 10 by Arunkumaarts
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Domain testing is a software testing technique in which selecting a small number of test cases from a nearly infinite group of test cases. For testing few applications, Domain specific knowledge plays a very crucial role.

answer Jan 15 by Manali
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Domain testing is one of the most widely practiced software testing techniques. It is a method of selecting a small number of test cases from a nearly infinite group of candidate test cases. Domain knowledge plays a very critical role while testing domain-specific work

answer Jan 16 by Era Aktoria
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Domain testing is a functional testing in which a small number of test cases are selected from a large set of test cases. For testing some applications, Domain knowledge plays a key role.
Ex: Insurance, Telecommunication, etc

answer Jan 29 by Himaja
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Domain testing is a technique for testing software in which a minimum number of inputs are used to test the output of a system, to be sure that the system does not accept invalid and input values that are out of range.

answer Mar 9 by Sheetal Gawade
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