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Defect Management
Application Life Cycle (ALM)
Development Phase    Testing Phase        Production Phase
Error                         Defect                 Failure   
Mistake                     Bug
We have 3 phases in Software Application Life Cycle
a)  Development Phase  
In this phase If developers find any mismatch, they call it as Error or Mistake.
b) Testing Phase  
In this phase If Testers find  any mismatch, they call it as Defect or Bug or Fault.
c) Production Phase
In this phase If End users find  any mismatch, they call it as Failure.
Note: Terminology vary from one phase to another.
Defect Management:
Defect Reporting, Defect Tracking, and Status Tracking is called Defect Management.
Some companies use Manual Process (Excel workbook), and some companies use Tool based process for Defect Management.
Tools Examples:
Bugzilla / Issue-Tracker / PR-Tracker etc...
Jira, QC
Model Defect Report Template:
i) Defect Id: any unique name for Identifying the Defect (Alfa numeric)
ii) Defect Description: Details about the Defect
iii) Test Case Id: Corresponding Test Case Id for tracking
iv) Tester: Tester's name (who found the Defect)
v) Product Version: Version of the Product on which defect was found
vi) Build Version: Version of the Build on which defect was found
vii) Priority: Importance of the Defect based on Business /Customer
viii) Severity: Importance of the Defect based on Functionality
ix) Status: Status of Defect
x) Reproducible or not: Yes / No
    If Reproducible:
    If not Reproducible:
xi) Reporting to: Corresponding Developer
xii) Remarks : Comments (Optional)
Status: Status of Defect
New: Tester provides new status while Reporting (for the first time)
Open: Developer / Dev lead /DTT opens the Defect
Rejected: Developer / Dev lead /DTT rejects if the defect is invalid or defect is duplicate.
Fixed: Developer provides fixed status after fixing the defect
Deferred: Developer provides this status due to time etc...
Closed: Tester provides closed status after performing confirmation Testing
Re-open: Tester Re-opens the defect with valid reasons and proofs
Note: Defect Reporting Template vary from one company to another
If we use Tool for Defect management, every tool provides their own template.
Defect Reporting Process
Defect  Reporting Process vary from one company to another.
a) Small scale Company
Tester -> Developer
b) Medium scale Company
Tester -> Test Lead -> Development Lead -> Developer
c) Large scale Company
Tester -> Test Lead -> DTT -> Development Lead -> Developer
A Sample Defect Report
i) Defect Id: FR_Usr_Df001
ii) Defect Description: Agent Name accepting Numeric values
iii) Test Case Id: FR_Usr_Tc-004
iv) Tester: Kanaka Rao
v) Product Version: 1.0
vi) Build Version: 1.0
vii) Priority: Medium
viii) Severity: High
ix) Status: New
x) Reproducible or not: Yes
        1) Launch the Application
        2) Enter Numeric values into Agent Name field
        3) Enter valid Password
        4) Click on default(OK) button
xi) Reporting to: xyz
xii) Remarks : Comments (Optional)
Severity Levels depends on Company strategy
a) 5 Level Severity 
    Very High
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