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Smoke Testing Vs Sanity Testing


Smoke Testing

Sanity Testing


Smoke Testing is done on the interim build to test it’s stability I.e. Build Verification testing

Sanity Testing is done during the later cycles after through regression cycles are over. I.e. toward Product release.


Smoke Testing is done where all the basic and major areas are tested without going too deep into functionality

Sanity Testing is done which follows a deep and narrow approach to test a particular functionality in details


Smoke Testing is done by developers before the build is released or by testers before accepted a build for further testing

Sanity Testing is done mostly by the testers

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    December 9, 2010 at 2:26 am

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