A test scenario, often known as a scenario test, is essentially a use case description. In other words, it refers to a user's interaction with a website or app. It could also refer to a condition that the user might encounter when using the software.
A test case is a set of actions performed to verify specific features or capabilities, whereas a test scenario is any capacity that may be assessed. Test Scenarios are created using test artefacts like BRS and SRS, while Test Cases are created using test scenarios.
Give each test case a name, a description, and any other information that is required. This is an excellent practise since it helps you to quickly verify what a test case is about.
Write cases for the end-user.
Sorting the test cases
Test cases' universality
Test scenarios are important because they verify the application's complete functionality, ensure that business processes and flows are aligned with functional requirements, identify the most critical end-to-end transactions as well as the app's actual use, and are used to quickly create test cases...
Read the System Under Test's Requirement Documents, such as BRS, SRS, and FRS (SUT).
Determine possible user behaviours and objectives for each requirement.
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