10 Steps Toward Better Black Box Testing

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Sept. 1, 2010

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Black box testing of financial transactions - that is, testing system input and output without examining the internal workings of the code - may seem mundane and simplistic to some people in your organization. However, when financial transaction testing focuses only on whether or not a product works “correctly” after a change is made, this testing has failed to address one of the most important aspects of black box testing: verifying that the change makes sense to your users.  

Topics: Bank / Credit Union , Branch Transformation , Transaction Processing

Companies: Paragon Application Systems

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