@ddaa defines it correctly. not in depth,to verify build is stable or not. Smoke Test A subset of all defined/planned test cases that cover the main functionality of a component or system, to ascertain that the most crucial functions of a program work, but not bothering with finer details. 21.1k 19 19 gold badges 63 63 silver badges 95 95 bronze badges. In this Smoke Testing Vs Sanity Testing tutorial, we will learn what is Sanity Testing and Smoke Testing in Software Testing and what is the key difference between these with examples. For example, it can be testing the interaction with the database or making sure that microservices work together as expected. Smoke Testing: Software Testing done to ensure that whether the build can be accepted for through software testing or not.Basically, it is done to check the stability of the build received for software testing. Similarly in Software testing context, smoke testing refers to testing the basic functionality of the build.

Smoke Testing - Features: Identifying the business critical functionalities that a product must satisfy. Regression test's definition isn't really exactly how it is. Gerrie Schenck Gerrie Schenck. – Robert Koritnik Oct 11 '10 at 14:37. Often the terms "Shakeout (or Shakedown) Testing", "Smoke Testing", and "Sanity Testing" are used synonymously, with "Shakeout/Shakedown" being the least common of the terms.

Shakedown testing is the basic functional testing. Smoke Testing:-Its a shallow and wide approach where by all areas of the application without getting into deep,is tested. If shakedown testing fails, then further testing is …

Shakedown testing determines that the system is atleast ready for extensive testing. System testing tests the behaviour of the entire system as specified by the scope of a development product. Hence, I would define, “Sanity Testing as a test execution which is done to touch each implementation and its impact but not thoroughly or in-depth, it may include functional, UI, version, etc. 2. SMOKE TESTING, also known as “Build Verification Testing”, is a type of software testing that comprises of a non-exhaustive set of tests that aim at ensuring that the most important functions work.The result of this testing is used to decide if a build is stable enough to proceed with further testing. Its a normal health check up to a build of an application Smoke and Sanity testing are the most misunderstood topics in Software Testing. Smoke testing: first tests on which testers can conclude if they will continue testing.