What is Bug cycle?
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- January 1, 2019 at 2:48 pm #51359
– New: When a new defect is logged and posted by the tester for the first time, it is assigned to the development manager in open status
– Assigned: Once the bug is posted by the tester, the development manager approves the bug and assigns the bug to the developer.
– Open: developer starts analyzing and works on the defect fix.
– Fixed: If a bug is a valid defect then, the development team will fix it.
– Retest: Tester does the retesting of the code at this stage to check whether the defect is fixed by the developer or not and changes the status to Re-test.
– Closed: If the bug is no longer exists then tester assigns the status “Closed.”
– Reopen: If the bug persists even after the developer has fixed the bug, the tester changes the status to “reopened”. Once again the bug goes through the life cycle.
– Not a bug: If it does not affect the functionality of the application then the status assigned to a bug is “Not a bug”.
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