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klist for System-Integration Test Exit Review

Items marked with an asterisk (*) are particularly important in making this decision.

1. All the software that was to be developed is complete.(*)

2. The inter-component interfaces are completely verified. If any interface remains unverified, plan to verify it at an early stage of integration/system/acceptance test.

3. All the planned test cases have been executed.
4. The number of remaining defects is within the predetermined criteria as specified in the Test plan.
6. A draft of the operations manual is complete.(*)

7. A detailed plan for integration/ system tests and the test environment have been prepared.

8. Most of the necessary test data and databases are available.(*)

9. A regression test environment has been prepared. (*)

10. A Integration/system/acceptance test plan and a deployment plan have been developed.

Agreement has been reached with the client's end-user departments (or client sponsor) concerning the system environment, organization, roles, authority, and responsibilities of the test team and the participants (client's end-user departments and client sponsor). (*)

11.The deployment criteria have been broken down into essential items, and adequate standard values have been defined for each item, including: (*)

Quality requirements

Operational requirements

Migration requirements

Maintenance and expandability requirements

Contract fulfillment requirements



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Checklist for System-Integration Test Exit Review

Items marked with an asterisk (*) are particularly important in making this decision.

1. All the software that was to be developed is complete.(*)

2. The inter-component interfaces are completely verified. If any interface remains unverified, plan to verify it at an early stage of integration/system/acceptance test.

3. All the planned test cases have been executed.
4. The number of remaining defects is within the predetermined criteria as specified in the Test plan.
6. A draft of the operations manual is complete.(*)

7. A detailed plan for integration/ system tests and the test environment have been prepared.

8. Most of the necessary test data and databases are available.(*)

9. A regression test environment has been prepared. (*)

10. A Integration/system/acceptance test plan and a deployment plan have been developed.

Agreement has been reached with the client's end-user departments (or client sponsor) concerning the system environment, organization, roles, authority, and responsibilities of the test team and the participants (client's end-user departments and client sponsor). (*)

11.The deployment criteria have been broken down into essential items, and adequate standard values have been defined for each item, including: (*)

Quality requirements

Operational requirements

Migration requirements

Maintenance and expandability requirements

Contract fulfillment requirements




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