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functional tests

Functional tests are a type of software testing that verifies whether a software system meets its specified requirements. Functional tests focus on the behavior of the system as a whole, rather than the internal structure or implementation of the system.

Functional tests are typically performed by providing the system with a set of inputs and checking the outputs to ensure that they match the expected results. Functional tests can be performed manually or automated using testing tools.

Examples of functional tests:

Types of functional tests:

Benefits of functional testing:


Tools for functional testing:

Resources for functional testing:

Related terms to functional testing:

These terms are all related to the process of ensuring the quality and reliability of software systems.


Before you can perform functional tests, you need to have the following in place:

Once you have all of these elements in place, you can begin performing functional tests to verify that the software system meets its requirements.

What’s next?

After you have functional tests, the next steps typically involve:

Once all of these steps have been completed, the software system can be deployed to the production environment.