Error Processing Tests
Some products, especially in a client server environment, interact with other applications, systems or other platforms (Client to middle tier to back end or server) and during this process the product may traverse through many different paths. This can be an exhaustive error-processing test. It is recommended that in this case the Test Engineer should first concentrate on their assigned application error processing first and then coordinate with other projects to ensure that the error processing related to their respective areas is conducted. However, the Test Engineer should not just rely on other projects to test errors that may relate to the assigned application when it is communicating with other parts of the system. Also the Test Engineer should read the error messages returned and determine if the error makes sense to the audience it is intended for. For example, error messages are different for users versus system programmers.
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