Test Scenarios in Manual Testing

Test Scenarios in Manual Testing

1. Login Functionality:

  • Verify that users can successfully log in with valid credentials.
  • Test the system’s response when invalid credentials are entered.
  • Check for the handling of cases with mixed uppercase and lowercase characters in usernames and passwords.
  • Ensure that the system prompts users to reset their password after a specified number of unsuccessful login attempts.

2. User Registration:

  • Validate that users can register with a unique username and email address.
  • Check for appropriate error messages when attempting to register with an already existing username or email.
  • Verify that the system enforces password complexity requirements during registration.
  • Test the confirmation email process for new user registration.

3. Data Validation:

  • Input special characters, numbers, and alphabets into text fields to ensure proper data validation.
  • Test the system’s response to input that exceeds the maximum allowable length for fields.
  • Validate that mandatory fields are enforced during form submission.
  • Check for proper formatting of date, time, and numeric inputs.

4. Navigation and Usability:

  • Verify that all links and buttons navigate to the correct pages.
  • Test the system’s response to browser back and forward navigation.
  • Ensure consistency in the layout and design across different browsers and devices.
  • Validate that the user interface is intuitive and user-friendly.

5. Security:

  • Test for session management security by logging in from multiple devices and verifying sessions are managed appropriately.
  • Check for proper handling of SQL injection attempts in text fields.
  • Verify that sensitive information (such as passwords) is not stored in plain text.
  • Test for secure transmission of data over HTTPS.

6. Performance:

  • Evaluate system response time under normal and peak load conditions.
  • Test the application’s behavior when multiple users simultaneously perform actions.
  • Verify the system’s ability to handle large datasets without performance degradation.
  • Check for memory leaks during extended usage.

7. Compatibility:

  • Test the application on different browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge) to ensure cross-browser compatibility.
  • Verify the application’s responsiveness on various devices, including desktops, tablets, and smartphones.
  • Ensure compatibility with different operating systems (Windows, macOS, Linux).

8. Accessibility:

  • Test the application with screen readers to ensure it is accessible to users with visual impairments.
  • Check for proper keyboard navigation and focus order.
  • Verify that all form elements have appropriate labels for screen reader users.
  • Ensure that the application meets accessibility standards (e.g., WCAG).

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