|#||Test Plan||Test Strategy|
|1||A test plan is derived from Software Requirement Specification (SRS), describing in detail the scope of testing and the different activities performed in testing.||A test strategy is a high-level document describing the way testing is canted out.|
|2||A test plan is project level.||A test stategy organization level|
|3||It describes the whole testing activities in detail - the techniques used, schedule, resources etc.||It describes the high-level test design techniques to be used, environment specifications etc.|
|4||It is prepared by test lead or test manager.||It is generally prepared by the project manager.|
|5||Components:The major components of Test Plan include - Test Plan ID, test environment, features to be tested, entry/exit criteria, status, type of testing, brief introduction etc||The major components of Test Strategy include - Scope, Objective, business issues, risks, testing approach, testing deliverables, defect tracking, training, automation etc.|
|6||A Test Plan usually exists individually.||Test strategy is divided into multiple test plans that are taken care further independently.|
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RE: What is the difference between test strategy and test plan?
RE: [X-Ray for Jira][Configuration error]: "view-issue-section.error.custom-fields-not-configured.title"
Xray presents that error message when its needed Jira custom fields aren't setup.
The vendor has a knowledge base article that addresses this: https://confluence.xpand-it.com/display/ProductKB/%5BXray+Server%5D+Xray+Custom+Fields+Not+Configured
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