A BA colleague said that if requirements have been wriiten in sufficient detail that requirements acceptance criteria is not required? As a Tester I find that writing acceptance criteria for each requirement adds value as it makes the user re-examine there requirements and help clarify them.
Answer Question | September 29, 2009 2:25 PM
Functional requirements, Quality assurance, Quality assurance testing
Software has been proposed to solve a business problem in my company. After investigating the existing process, I discovered that for the proposed commercial off-the-shelf software to work — some additional work would have to be done to it. What I’m confused about is what specification I should use to document the work needed — [...]
Answer Question | November 18, 2008 6:09 PM
Functional requirements, Software requirements, Software Requirements Specification, Use case