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A test plan isn't to test general stuff or stuff that comes to mind.
A test plan verifies that the software does what it is supposed to
do...and the only definitive "Suppose-to" is the functional
requirements documents that the software developers used to create
Get the FS documentation and use thet documentation to create your
> I have been given the task of writing test plans for a
> software package that my company developed. This is my
> first experience writing a test plan for a major
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