Difference between Scripted and Unscripted Testing

Scripted Testing:
Scripted Testing is a type of software testing that is performed by organizing the details of all the tasks and planning. Testing team properly plans for the scripted testing and a test script is written. A test script is a set of rules, phases involved and different steps involved in the testing process.

Unscripted Testing:
Unscripted Testing is a type of software testing in which the tester is free to select any possible methodology to test the software. In unscripted testing, software developers use their personal learning, knowledge, skills and abilities to test the software developed by themselves.

Difference between Scripted and Unscripted Testing:

Scripted Testing Unscripted Testing
A conventional methodology is used for testing the software. Tester is free to use any methodology for testing the software.
Previous experience and research experience is used for testing purpose. Tester uses own knowledge, skills and abilities for testing purpose.
Scripted testing requires good documentation to be supplied. No documentation is required in unscripted testing.
In scripted testing, test script is prepared. No test script is prepared in unscripted testing.
A lot of preparation is required. No preparation is required.
Software is compared with the standards and specifications. Software is compared with tester’s expectations.
Can be easily reproduced. Defects only can be reproduced.
A lot of time is required. Less time is required.



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