A verification point is a specialized step that compares two values and reports the result. A verification point compares the actuals from the test run, with the expected results in the test case.
You use a checkpoint to:
- Verify the state of an object
- Confirm that an application performs as expected
A verification point checks whether an application responds appropriately when a user performs tasks correctly while testing application. A verification point ensures that a user is barred from performing certain tasks and confirms that invalid or incomplete data are flagged with appropriate messages. Read More