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This is a discussion on bug status within the Software Testing forums, part of the Archive category; If any bug is found the status is NEW. Then the status is OPENED. Then if developer is planning to ...
If any bug is found the status is NEW.
Then the status is OPENED.
Then if developer is planning to fix the bug in the next build, it's status is DEFERRED.
If developer is planning to fix it in that build, it's status is ASSIGNED.
Then after fixation, it's status is FIXED.
Then after it is fixed it needs to be re-tested that it is fixed or not, so it's status is VERIFIED.
If not fixed it is again RE-ASSIGNED.
If it is fixed, then it's status is CLOSED.
When we try to work on the deferred bug in a new build, then it's status is RE-OPENED.
Bug Status: I think there are eight stetus that a bug generally might have.
REPORTED(NEW):When a new bug is reported by a tester its status is "new".
OPEN:When that bug is sent for review to the test leader its status is "open"
REJECT:If the leader found that it is not a problem the leader may rejected the bug and ask for rewrite the bug.
DEFER:If that particular bug is not affecting to that particular version that may be deferred then the status is"defered"
ASSIGNED:If it is really creating a problem,then that bug is approved for repair to the developer.i.e "assigned"
Fixed:When the bug is fixed by the developer, its status is "fixed"
CLOSED:After fixing the bug it sends for retesting.its status is "closed"
REOPEN:If some problem will raised then it will be"reopened".
Obviously, the old bug as a status of "Closed" and the new bug status as "Open"
Thanks for ur replies