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HAPPY PATH TESTING

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Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output. The happy path user will understand clearly

  • The domain and functionality of an application
  • familiarity with the UI
  • Operates exactly the way according to the software
  • Remembers everything
  • Understands the prompts and responses made by the product
  • Doesn’t make any mistake
  • Does not get distracted

The test cases are categorised into

  • Happy path
  • Sad path
  • Bad path

A test case which yields in positive result is called as happy path testing. For example entering proper user name and password in the login page. The scenarios which does not take us further and get stuck there itself is called as Sad path. Example entering wrong password and username. A test scenarios which does not fetch any result and makes us lost is called as bad path. Example entering the junk characters in the username.

In any use case analysis scenarios there is only one happy path but there are many additional path scenarios which has valid results. The analysis results in one or more exception paths. The use case and its interactions are commonly used in graphical languages. Focusing on the happy path and creating the proper and required functionality causes bugs in the software production where end users choose from happy path to exception path. Developer doesn’t see the happy path functionality from user’s point of view instead he sees from code point view.

The happy paths can produce gaps or nulls or incorrect values or host of error checking slip into production system because no one has checked these paths.

Check your understanding:

  1. What is happy path testing?
  2. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
  3. What are the categories of happy path testing?
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  1. 1.A test case which yields in positive result is called as happy path testing.Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and results is coming as its is expected.There is no error in this testing.It operates exactly behave the way according to the software.
    2.To find out a store location..
    enter a valid zip code/state is happy path.enter a invalid zip code/state is sad.enter blank is bad path.
    3.The characteristic of happy path testing are
    1.There is only one happy path but there are many additional path scenarios which has valid results.
    2.The analysis results in one or more exception paths.
    3.The use case and its interactions are commonly used in graphical languages.

  2. Happy path testing : A happy path is a default scenario featuring no exceptional or error conditions. … Happy path testing is a well-defined test case using known input, which executes without exception and produces an expected output. In this testing tester uses the specific input and perform without any exception and produce expected result.

    Example to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures : The happy path for a function validating credit card numbers would be where none of the validation rules raise an error, thus letting execution continue successfully to the end, generating a positive response.

    Categories of happy path testing?
    Happy path
    Sad path
    Bad path

  3. 1. What is happy path testing?
    Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output. In Happy path testing a test case yields a in positive result.

    2. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    Eg1. In a Store locator Application entering valid Zip code or choosing a State is a Happy Path testing
    Eg2. In a Currency converter Application Entering the valid amount of currency to be converted and choosing the currency to be converted is a Happy Path testing
    3. what are the categories of happy path testing?
    The test cases are categorized into
    • Happy path
    • Sad path
    • Bad path

  4. Happy path testing is where the test uses known input and produces expected result without any exceptions:
    Test cases are categorized into:
    Happy path
    Sad path
    Bad path
    Happy path is which provides positive results. Eg valid username and password.
    Sad path is which gets us stuck and does not take any further.eg invalid username and password.
    Bad path is one which doesn’t yield any result and gets us lost. Eg junk characters in username and password.

  5. 1.What is happy path testing?
    a test which yield the expected result is called happy path testing.It uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.
    2.Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    entering correct information as expected such as correct username/password, correct zipcode /store name etc

    3.What are the categories of happy path testing?
    operates exactly the way software expects it to
    user interface friendly
    remembers everything
    dont make any mistakes

  6. Q. What is happy path testing?
    – Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produces expected output.

    Q. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    – Entering proper username and password on login page is Happy path testing.
    On the other hand,
    Entering wrong password and username is Sad path.
    Entering the junk characters in the username is Bad path.
    Q. What are the categories of happy path testing?
    – Happy path
    – Sad path
    – Bad path

  7. What is happy path testing?
    The procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.
    Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    Happy Path testing-A test case which gives a positive result is called as happy path testing. Eg. Entering valid user name and password in the login page and page opens successfully.
    Sad Testing-A test case which does not take us further and get stuck is called as Sad path. Eg. Entering invalid password and username.
    Bad path testing-A test case where it does not show any result and makes confuse is called as bad path. Eg. Entering junk characters in the username.
    What are the categories of happy path testing?
    >Happy path testing
    >Sad path testing
    >Bad path testing

  8. 1.What is happy path testing?
    Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.
    2.Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    Entering valid username and password for gmail login gives happy results.
    Entering username and password blank gives false results.

  9. 1. The testing of software where always gives expected results with no exception is called Happy path testing.
    2. Valid user name and pass word => Inbox (happy testing)
    Invalid username and invalid password => message: Sorry we did not recognize this email (bad testing)
    Invalid user name and invalid password => error page (bad testing)
    3. In happy path testing the test cases are categorized in to 3 groups:
    Happy path, Sad path and Bad path.

  10. What is happy path testing?

    Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.

    Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?

    In the google login page , entering valid user name and password and google allows to login with out error is happy path.

    What are the categories of happy path testing?
    Happy path
    Sad path
    Bad path

  11. What is happy path testing?
    In happy path testing the test uses known input and execute without any execution and produce expected output.

    Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    Entering correct username and password leads to login page open is called happy path.
    If the username and password entered is correct it will not open the login page and this process is called sad path testing
    If the test case do not show any result and seems lost. This type of testing is called bad path testing.
    What are the categories of happy path testing?
    1- bad path testing
    2- sad path testing
    3- happy path testing

  12. 1. What is Happy Path Testing?
    * Happy Path Testing is a procedure where the known inputs will be entered and executes to get expected and error free output.
    2. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    * In Happy Path Testing the expected results will be positive – Eg: entering the valid Id and Password will make you log in correctly. Other thing is not proceeding further, getting stuck with same thing. Eg – leaving blank and trying to login or entering invalid id and passwords. One more is Getting lost somewhere by entering fake or junk Id and passwords.
    3. What are the categories of happy path testing?
    * 1. Happy path
    2. Sad path
    3. Bad path

  13. The objective of Happy Path Testing is to test an application successfully on a positive flow. It does not look for negative or error conditions. The focus is only on the valid and positive inputs through which application generates the expected output.
    Some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures is entering or expecting user to only enter valid data as identified in the test data of Equivalence class partition. For examples Google login and Store Locator input specifications.
    Happy path testing is categorized in in three different test cases such as:
    Happy path
    Sad path
    Bad path

  14. 1. What is Happy Path Testing?
    – Happy Path is the procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.
    2. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    – Entering proper username and password on login page
    – Entering correct (valid) credit card number and password in the banking login page.
    – Entering valid zip code on the search criteria to find the store location.
    3.What are the categories of happy path testing?
    – The test cases are categorized into
    • Happy path
    • Sad path
    • Bad path

  15. 1. What is happy path testing?
    Is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.

    2. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    Happy Path
    Entering proper user name and password in the login page.
    Sad path
    Entering wrong password and username.
    Bad path
    Entering the junk characters in the username.

    3. What are the categories of happy path testing?
    Happy path
    Sad path
    Bad path

  16. 1. What is happy path testing?
    It is a procedure where test uses the known input and executes without exception and produce expected output.
    Ex: entering proper user name and password in the login page results the expected page.

    2. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    Happy path testing: The test case which yields the positive result is called happy path testing.
    Ex: the username accepts only 6-8 characters then enter characters with in 6 or 8 yields the expected results.

    Sad path testing: The scenario where it does not take us further but gets stuck in the situation is called sad path testing
    Ex: Entering wrong username and password.

    Bad path testing: The scenario which does not fetch any results and makes us lost is called bad path testing.
    Ex: Entering the junk characters in username.

    3. What are the categories of happy path testing?
    In Use case analysis scenarios there is only one happy path but there are many additional path scenarios which has valid results. The analysis results in one or more exception paths. Focusing on the happy path and creating the proper and required functionality causes bugs in the software production where end users choose from happy path to exception path.

  17. 1. What is happy path testing?
    Happy path testing is a procedure to test data with known and valid input and receiving expected output.

    2. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    1. Happy Path Testing: Log In account page with known inputs.
    2. Sad Path Testing: Log In account with invalid input or leaving blank.
    3. Bad Path Testing: junk characters in input fields.

    What are the categories of happy path testing?

  18. 1. What is happy path testing ?
    Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.
    2. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    A test case which yields in positive result is called as happy path testing. For example entering proper user name and password in the login page. The scenarios which does not take us further and get stuck there itself is called as Sad path. Example entering wrong password and username. A test scenarios which does not fetch any result and makes us lost is called as bad path. Example entering the junk characters in the username.
    3.What are the categories of happy path testing?
    Happy path
    Sad path
    Bad path.

  19. Happy path testing
    In Happy path testing the test case is designed only with valid data and it excludes all kind of invalid data which may give unexpected results.
    Types of testing Results Examples
    Happy path test case Positive results Valid user name, password in login page
    Sad path test case Error (Does not take us further& get stuck) Invalid user name, password
    Bath path test case Error ( Does not give any result) Invalid username ( junk character in the username) 100 or random characters
    etc.

  20. HAPPY PATH TESTING: Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.
    TO DIFFERENTIATE HAPPY PATH AND OTHER PATH WITH EXAMPLES:
    A test case which yields in positive result is called as happy path testing. For example entering proper user name and password in the login page. The scenarios which does not take us further and get stuck there itself is called as Sad path. Example entering wrong password and username. A test scenarios which does not fetch any result and makes us lost is called as bad path. Example entering the junk characters in the username.
    CATOGORIES
    The test cases are categorised into
    Happy path
    Sad path
    Bad path

  21. 1.The procedure where the test uses the known input and execute without any exception and result in expected output is called happy path testing.
    2.The scenarios which differs from other is when entering valid username and password leads toGmail account inbox is happy path testing.If wrong username and password enters, the error message is displayed which get stuck and not display further result is called sad testing.If we enter random or junk character in username and password, which does not fetch any further result is called as bad testing.
    3.The categories of happy path testing are:
    a.happy path
    b.sad path
    c.bad path

  22. 1. Happy path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output. A test case which yields in positive result is called as happy path testing.
    2. Entering proper username and password in the login page is happy path testing. The scenarios which does not take us further and get stuck there itself is called as sad path testing. A test scenarios which does not fetch any result when entering wrong password and username and makes us lost is called as bad path testing.
    3. The test cases are categorised into Happy path, Sad path, and Bad path.

    1. Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output. The happy path user will understand clearly.A test case which yields in positive result is called as happy path testing.

      For example entering proper user name and password in the login page. The scenarios which does not take us further and get stuck there itself is called as Sad path. Example entering wrong password and username. A test scenarios which does not fetch any result and makes us lost is called as bad path. Example entering the junk characters in the username.
      The test cases are catagorized into:
      Happy path
      Sad path
      Bad path

  23. Q. What is happy path testing?
    – Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produces expected output.

    Q. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?
    – Entering proper username and password on login page is Happy path testing.
    On the other hand,
    Entering wrong password and username is Sad path.
    Entering the junk characters in the username is Bad path.
    Q. What are the categories of happy path testing?
    – Happy path
    – Sad path
    – Bad path

  24. Q1
    Happy path software testing is a well-defined test procedure using known input, which executes without exception and produces an expected output. It is a default scenario featuring no exceptional or error conditions. A test case which yields in positive result is called as happy path testing.

    Q2
    Examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures?

    • Happy path: A test case which yields in positive result is called as happy path testing. For example entering proper user name and password in the login page.
    • Sad path: The scenarios which does not take us further and get stuck there itself is called as Sad Path testing. Example entering wrong password and username.
    • Bad path: A test scenarios which does not fetch any result and makes us lost is called as bad path. Example entering the junk characters in the username.

    Q3.
    The test cases are categorized into the following
    • Happy path
    • Sad path
    • Bad path

  25. 1.Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output. The happy path user will understand clearly.A test case which yields in positive result is called as happy path testing.
    2.For example entering proper user name and password in the login page. The scenarios which does not take us further and get stuck there itself is called as Sad path. Example entering wrong password and username. A test scenarios which does not fetch any result and makes us lost is called as bad path. Example entering the junk characters in the username.
    3.The test cases are catagorized into:
    Happy path
    Sad path
    Bad path

  26. 1. What is happy path testing? It is a case when the user uses software as expected with valid input data and everything is smooth.
    2. Write some examples to differentiate happy path testing from other testing procedures? Sad and bad paths also exist, sad is when user uses invalid data and gets stuck, before eventually finding the happy path. Bad path is when the user is lost.
    3. What are the categories of happy path testing?Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output. The happy path user will understand clearly

  27. Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.

    Entering proper username and password in the login page is happy path testing. The scenarios which does not take us further and get stuck there itself is called as sad path testing. A test scenarios which does not fetch any result when entering wrong password and username and makes us lost is called as bad path testing.

    The test cases are categorized into
    – Happy path
    – Sad path
    – Bad path

  28. 1. Happy Path Testing:
    It is a test case in which we give the valid input and the software is executed without any exception/errors and produces the same output as its purpose/expected.
    2. For example, while transferring money:
    -If we enter valid/correct account number and routing number the money will be transferred successfully and is called Happy Path.
    -If we enter Invalid/wrong account number or routing number the amount will not be transferred and is called Sad Path.
    -Where, if we enter the account number of recipient and routing number of sender’s account is known as Bad Path.
    3. In any use case analysis scenarios there is only one happy path but there are many additional path scenarios which has valid results. The analysis may also show exception paths which are the result of invalid condition like sad path and bad path.

  29. 1. Happy Path testing is a procedure where the test uses the known input and executes without any exception and produce expected output.
    2.
    a. Entering valid username and password on Bank account login page is Happy path testing. On the other hand, entering wrong password and username is Sad path.
    b. In the google login page, entering valid user name and password and google allows to login without error is happy path. On the other hand, entering the junk characters in the username is bad path.
    Entering wrong password and username is Sad path.
    c. Entering zip code or choose state and then find the store location is happy path testing.
    3. The categories of happy path testing.
    In any use case analysis scenarios there is only one happy path but there are many additional path scenarios which has valid results. The analysis results in one or more exception paths. The use case and its interactions are commonly used in graphical languages. Focusing on the happy path and creating the proper and required functionality causes bugs in the software production where end users choose from happy path to exception path.

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