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HI, Well test plan is of very high demand.Test is very important because it reflects your whole project testing schedule and the related approach.Following is the sample test plan:TABLE OF CONTENTS1.0 INTRODUCTION2.0 OBJECTIVES AND TASKS3.0 SCOPE of the project4.0 Strategies of testing: Includes alpha testing,system and integration testing,performance and stress testing and beta testing.5.0 Requirements of the hardware to be used6.0 Environment Requirements7.0 Schedule of test8.0 Procedure Controls9.0 Features which is going to be tested10.0 Features which are not tested11.0Responsibilities 12.0 Schedules of the project13.0 Risks/Assumptions in the project14.0 Tools and approvals.I think the above information is helpful to you.Thanks Sumit Kumar

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Hi,In Software Test Plan following steps are include:1. Definition and Objectives of the Phases of Testing - This should answer the questions: Will there be Module Testing? If so, what are the objectives? Will there be Integration Testing? If so, what are the objectives? Will there be Systems/Acceptance Testing? If so, what are the objectives? Will there be Beta Testing? If so, what are the objectives?2. Schedules - This should answer the questions: When will Part 2 of the Test Plan be written for each Phase? When will each of the Phases be scheduled? What are the dependencies of each Phase? How long will each Phase last?3. Responsibilities - For each phase, the people who will design, write, execute, and verify test cases as well as the people who correct the problems should be identified.4. Target Equipment Required - All of the target equipment required for testing should be identified. This is a much neglected part of the process. If two prototypes are required, they need to be planned very early. Will you be testing on one prototype and one pre-production piece of hardware? On how many shifts will testing take place?5. Test Equipment Required - All of the test equipment required for testing should be identified. Any off the shelf test equipment should be identified as well as any test equipment that will need to be created. The plan should identify what test equipment is already owned and what will need be procured either by purchasing or renting.

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