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Z. Hui, "An approach to using TTCN3 for 3rd generation test automation," ETSI TTCN-3 User Conference 2008: Madrid (Spain), June 3-6, 2008. 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
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Creators: Hui
Publisher: MTP, ETSI (Madrid (Spain))
Collection: ETSI TTCN-3 User Conference 2008
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Abstract
In this presentation, we’ll describe an approach to using TTCN-3 language to realize action-word-based automation architecture. Using this architecture, test case will run on the unique test component, i.e. MTC. And there are no concepts of test ports or components, which are the mainly feature of TTCN-3 language, in the scripts. “Ports” and “components” maybe the most obstacle while applying the TTCN-3 to product’s test engineers.
Our test architecture will further offer one tool to map action-words in parallel test components to the ones in MTC. So test developers only focus on TTCN-3 codes in PTCs.
Solution: The approach produces one MTC corresponding to each PTC automatically. When developing TTCN-3 codes, only the PTC codes need to be developed manually, the MTCs will be created by tool. For each test feature, there is one FSPTC (feature specified PTC) and one FSMTC (feature specified MTC). All the FSMTCs will eventually be extended by the user layer MTC. Therefore, test cases can indirectly call all the PTC’s action-words.
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