When a testing team detects a problem in a software app, it should be documented and assigned a priority. Also, the development team should establish the schedule for elimination of this issue, the schedule for the preparation of the version for testing, and repeat testing to resolve the initial problem and identify the cause of side effects. The simplest way to solve these problems is to use a shared materials database. Each entry in this database represents one problem and has fields filled by each employee who has encountered this problem. To ensure effective searching of the necessary materials, the shared materials database can be sorted and divided into separate databases for each program subsystem, for the staff developing each program, for the software used by other organizations, and for each type of problems. In addition, database administrators should often add updated records to the shared database content.
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To verify that problems are being monitored and information about them is reported by all participating organizations, periodic reviews and assessments of the database’s state must be performed. As a rule, development teams maintain several versions of the resulting product. In some cases, the maintenance or creation of a version can be performed by an individual, called the version creator. For these versions, schedules should be prepared and repeated testing be done, while the shared material database will be updated with the current data of such re-testing sessions.
The current implementation of the shared materials database should be a secure website managed by a database that is located in an extranet owned by the general contractor. To enable updates and changes to the relevant database records, the staff of each project will need to create an application service program (ASP) with a transaction mechanism. This implementation provides fully authorized collaboration of development partners, supporting problem priority lists. That is why the described system is considered as a successful implementation of the concept of rapid testing.