Difference between Adhoc and Exploratory Testing
|1. Adhoc Testing means learn the application than test it.
|1. Exploratory Testing means test the application while learning.
|2. In Exploratory Testing QA is always asked to test an application without any specific set of documents.
|2. In Adhoc Testing QA is always asked to test an application with detailed set of documents.
|3. In this Testing we always gather information regarding the software/application from complete possible sources and document and then test the application/software.
|3. In this Testing we gather the information, and also document and test the application simultaneously.
|4. In Adhoc Testing tester should have good knowledge about the application in order to test the software.
|4. In Exploratory Testing tester should increases their knowledge by exploring the application/software.
|5. In this testing testers have significant testing of the software before test it.
|5. In this testing testers may be learning the software before testing it.
|6. It is not considered as a type of any.
|6. It is considered as a type of Adhoc Testing
|7. It is not an approach to testing.
|7. It is an approach, not a technique.