Each system module, and any interactions between modules, must be tested prior to implementation. Again, systems designers have valuable insights into how a system should be tested. As we saw in the discussion of structure charts, the inputs and outputs for each module (and module combination) are specified in the design phase so that the designers can specify test inputs and expected outputs and provide recommendations for the order in which the system’s pieces should be tested. Examples of test control strategies are found in Technology Application 7.1.
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Develop Implementation Test Plan
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