IoDT (Interoperability Development Testing) involves testing whether a given software program or technology is compatible with others and promotes cross-use functionality and runs without faults inits live environment. This kind of testing is crucial as many different kinds of technology are being built into architectures made up of many diverse parts, where seamless operation is critical for developing a user base.
The factors in interoperability testing include syntax and data format compatibility, sufficient physical and logical connection methods, and ease of use features. Software programs need to be able to route data back and forth without causing operational issues, losing data, or otherwise losing functionality. In order to facilitate this, each software component needs to recognize incoming data from other programs, handle the stresses of its role in an architecture, and provide accessible, useful results. Source: Techopedia
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