Believe or not you are both right. I think is the way you and the developers
use the terminology that creates the confusion.
Use cases are scenarios that indeed are in use from the Testers to write
test case for User acceptance test.
Test cases can be for any kind of testing. The test case can be grouped
depending on the source you use.
To write test cases for functional test we use as source the functional
To write test cases for User acceptance test we use as source Use cases
list. Now sometimes the Use case is so well written that we don't have to
re-write that as test case. From this point of view you are right but you
should not differentiate Use cases versus test case. Rather say test cases
versus what source of information to be used.
I hope this helps.
Quote:> I will ask a basic question, but the reason for asking it because I had an
argument with the programmers about it. The question is what is the
different between use cases and test cases?
Quote:> I think use cases is the same as test cases but it was built/created for
user acceptance test, but test cases is for factional testing. Is that
Quote:> The programmers think that use cases is the sources of test cases that
came from the client. Which point is right?
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