Software testing is a process or technique of testing a software or application to find errors/ bugs in it. Software testing includes the testing of an application completely. This is done by testing an application and making sure if it satisfies all the requirements and specification of a particular application.
Software testing helps to reduce the errors or the bugs and makes the application perfect. So, software testing is one of the most required technologies in almost all the companies. Software testing is of many types like manual testing, automation testing and many more.
Interoperability means the capacity of a software to interact with the softwares or application. Interoperability testing is one of the most used software testing. In this testing, an application is tested, to verify whether the application is compatible with others application. Also, checking is done to ensure if the application promotes the cross usage functionality.
Interoperability testing is very important nowadays as different Software architectures are being built using different technologies. As these architectures has many different types so this operation is necessary for developing base for the users.
The main objectives of the Interoperability testing are:
As said the Interoperability testing is used in almost all the fields of the society. This is also used in the public safety. The public departments have to transform information in a wide range which is not possible by using the hardware application. Hence this Interoperability testing is used.
Interoperability testing is also used in the eGovernment departments. As there are many barriers between the citizens, business and public administrations, so exchanging data is highly difficult. The barriers like language, different specifications of formats and varieties of the categorization will be neglected by using the Interoperability testing for transforming the data from one system or the application to the other application.