Gut1 Task 4

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This document provides documentation of a student management system program testing. The application is java based and using a client/server model wherein which the client inputs, updates and queries to a MySQL database on server end. The database stores student information and data. The information stored by the database is first name, last name, student ID, mentor, GPA , student status, thesis title and thesis advisor for graduate students.. The program also determines tuition cost based on the type of student and enrolled credit hours. The tuition is calculated for undergraduate, graduate and part-time. The program is to provide a tool to add, modify, query and delete student records.
There are many methods of testing software applications. The testing performed in this documentation is to test the functionality of the program. The testing did not go in depth as far as looking at the specific code. The testing checks the user interface, which is command line in the program, database(MySQL), client and server functionality. The testing is performed manually from the end user point as documented in the herein contained Test Cases.
The following requirements must be met to run the program: Java Integrated Development Environment (IDE), MySQL database. Netbeans 7.0.1 was utilized in making the program and testing it . MySQL is open source SQL database. They both can be downloaded for free of charge. Windows 7 OS was used to host both pieces of software. There are minimum requirements that can be referenced on download websites.

Each option available in the program will be tested. The Use Case Diagrams may be referenced for further details on functions of each option. The test will test each available selection. The selections to be tested are as follows:
1-Add Student Information
2-Update Student Information
3-Query Student Information…...

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