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What is SRS FRS and BRS in testing?
Last Updated: 23rd May, 2020
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Subsequently, one may also ask, what is difference between SRS and FRS?
SRS tells means explains all the functional andnon functional requirements. FRS is a document, whichdescribes the Functional requirements i.e. all the functionalitiesof the system would be easy and efficient for end user. 7. BRS is asimple document, which describes the business requirements on aquite broad level.
Likewise, what is the difference between a BRD and FRD? The Business Requirement Document (BRD) describesthe high-level business needs whereas the Functional RequirementDocument (FRD) outlines the functions required to fulfillthe business need. BRD answers the question what thebusiness wants to do whereas the FRD gives an answer to howshould it be done.
Beside this, what is CRS and SRS in software testing?
CRS is Customer Requirement Specification. It isalso called BRS(Business Requirement Specification) It is adocument which is given by the Customer and it is in BusinessLanguage.
What is SRS why do we need it?
A software requirements specification (SRS) is acomprehensive description of the intended purpose and environmentfor software under development. An SRS minimizes the timeand effort required by developers to achieve desired goals and alsominimizes the development cost.